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Stop That Leak! Six Natural Ways to Treat Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence refers to the involuntary leakage of urine. It happens when a person loses control over their urinary sphincter. As a result, they urinate even when they do not want to. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, urinary incontinence is commonly present among people over sixty years old and is more … Continue reading

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6 Tips for Keeping a Senior Citizen’s Health in Tiptop Shape

How to make seniors feel special? Though tickets to a luxurious hotel and spa are good suggestions the best answer would still be good health. Unlike any other thing in this world, good health is fundamental to human life. If you keep your dear parents and grandparents in the pink of health, they can enjoy … Continue reading

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Alzheimer’s Disease: Breaking the Stigma

Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease is never easy. The stigma associated with it even makes the entire situation worse. Oftentimes, other people put a label to the illness and such labels are negative and degrading to the person affected with the disease. Because of the prevalence of negative labels towards people suffering … Continue reading

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Tips for Communicating with a Loved One with Dementia

There is no loss as painful as seeing your loved ones slowly succumb to dementia. It’s like seeing a once healthy and blooming flower slowly wither away. When the disease is progressing, you’ll experience changes in the way your loved ones are interacting with you. They may oftentimes be forgetful and in the serious spectrum, … Continue reading

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How to Keep Senior Adults Feeling Positive

A healthy well-being is not limited to have a good physique. It also pertains to having a healthy state of mind. It is important for seniors to keep a healthy body and a sound mind to avoid depression. If seniors always feel somber and moody, they could be at risk of having depression. Constant feeling … Continue reading

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