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Hypertension and Arterial Damage

Hypertension is a silent killer, causing damages to your body for years before any noticeable symptoms develop. One such damage is arterial damage. Patients with uncontrolled hypertension have a higher chance of developing the condition, but it’s u...

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How to Convince Your Aging Parents to Accept Home Care

Persuading our elderly parents to accept home care is most often met with resistance for several reasons. It could be that they see the aid of a home care professional as a threat to their independence, an invasion of privacy, discomfort, or that it...

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Signs That You Need Respite Care

No matter how noble your reasons are for caring for your ill or aging loved one, you may get to the point of being extremely drained. This is when respite can prove to be very beneficial to you. Check out these signs you need to take this kind of res...

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Simple Ways to Remind Yourself to Take Your Medications

There are so many reasons people miss their medications—forgetfulness, fear of side effects, mistrust on the prescriptions, or simply just a little knowledge about their conditions or the drugs they’re taking—to name a few. Our home care in Lin...

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Benefits of Respite Care for Caregivers

Respite care allows caregivers, both formal and informal, to take a break from their responsibilities. If you’ve been your loved ones’ informal caregiver, then you know how much physically, emotionally, and economically taxing caregiving is— ad...

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Early Signs of Senior Depression and How to Prevent It

Depression can happen to anyone at any age regardless of their background or achievements. However, it is often overlooked as a part of aging in seniors. What’s worse is that it can affect various aspects of life such as energy, appetite, sleep, an...

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