Senior Safety & Health

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January Is Cervical Health Awareness Month

Cervical cancer was once the most common type of cancer among American women. But that’s changing thanks to awareness efforts like Cervical Health Awareness Month, which educates people about treatment and prevention. Keep reading to learn more.

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What You Need To Know About The COVID-19 Booster Shot

Millions of people are eligible for a booster shot while news of the Omicron variant spreads as quickly as the virus itself. While it’s uncertain how effective current vaccines are against this strain, a booster shot can go a long way to boost herd immunity and protect against existing strains.

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How To Find Senior Support Groups

People are social creatures by nature. Therefore, socialization, authentic engagement, and external validation are critical to our well-being, particularly as we experience life changes.

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5 Best Foods For Seniors

Learn about the best foods for seniors and discover healthy ways to incorporate them into your loved one’s diet.

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Dementia Home Care Tips For Family Caregivers

Whether you’re a professional caregiver or an adult child caring for your aging parent, caring for somebody with a cognitive disease is an incredibly challenging experience. The following dementia caregiver tips could help both of you through this difficult experience.

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Dementia Wandering In The Elderly

For both you and your loved one with dementia, wandering is a terrifying, nerve-wracking situation. It’s something no one ever wants to experience — but if your loved one has dementia or Alzheimer’s, wandering and elopement are genuine risks for which you should prepare. These behaviors may be challenging to understand, but doing so can help you as a family caregiver meet your loved one’s needs.