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One of the many challenges facing adult children of seniors is the conversation regarding finances.
Recently published research reports that social isolation can accelerate the aging process, thereby likely leading to an early death among the elderly.
Statistics are showing that one in five older Americans is re-admitted within the first month of their hospital discharge.
CMS will revise its guidance to clearly state that skilled nursing and therapy services to maintain a person’s condition can be covered.
Although our cholesterol level tends to rise with age, cholesterol,is important in the manufacture and care of cells but too much can interfere with blood flow, contributing to cardiovascular disease…
“They call it assisted living, but it can take the life out of you.”
Accessible technology is allowing each computer user to address his or her personal needs, whether due to limitations caused by aging, language and learning impairments, or physical disabilities.
Diseases that would normally be associated with old age are showing up in younger individuals who have dealt with or who are dealing with depression, psychological stress and post – traumatic stress disorder for long periods of time.
Pressure sores are a significant risk for people who are bed-ridden and may cause death in extreme cases. This includes many elderly, especially those in nursing homes…
Many think that as we get older, the need for sleep decreases but results from research are saying otherwise. While it is true that seniors’ sleep patterns change over the years, a full night’s sleep (7.5-9 hours), undisturbed, is as important as the emotional and physical state of their life. Sleep helps the memory process, [...]