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Homeopathic Treatments For Arthritis In Seniors

Published: Jun 15, 2016

The treatment of joint disease varies from herbs to joint replacement procedures. The key concentration of arthritis treatment, no matter whether with typical treatments, as well as with all homeopathic home remedies, is directed toward halting farther...

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Tips For Recovering From Hip Fracture

Published: Jul 20, 2015

Most hip fractures require surgery that may involve the doctor deciding to place a plate or rod on the broken hip or even replace the whole hip. There may be significant changes that a person will experience after surgery with comfort and mobility....

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Caring For A Loved One After A Stroke

Published: Jul 20, 2015

Caring for a loved one who has recently experienced a stroke can seem impossible. Fortunately, there are many resources available for those who need a bit of help, and there are also ways to cope with the strain. Any caregiver should keep these tips in...

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Senior Care: In Home Or Nursing Home?

Published: Jul 20, 2015

Many families have to make decisions about their loved ones as they age. When people are no longer able to take care of themselves, they may require assistance around the clock. Often, family members wish they could provide the care entirely by...

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How does American senior care compare worldwide?

Published: Jul 13, 2015

Due to better medical care Americans can expect to live longer and most of us can expect to be around in old age. As time passes by the elderly will live longer still as medical science and disease control goes forward. This will lead significant number...

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Tips for Seniors who are Traveling

Published: Jul 13, 2015

When people retire, one of the first things on their “to do” list is travel. Seeing the world is a luxury that is not always attainable when the responsibilities associated with family and work are the main priority. After retirement, the time for...

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Maintaining Brain Health

Published: Jul 13, 2015

By MD Mercury, gerontologist Mental capital encompasses cognitive and emotional resources that effect learning capacity and resiliency in facing stress. Compared to younger adults, older adults have more difficulty with the number of relations that...

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SOCIAL POLICIES & AGING NETWORKS By MD Mercury, Gerontologist

Published: Jul 13, 2015

An important role of aging networks will be in the updating and remaking of social policies that will keep up with the needs and changes of a diverse and growing aging population. Service networks have been committed to the old and oldest old along with...

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