Exercise – Why to start early on in life!


It is a beautiful Sunday morning. You go to the park. There you see a group of 5 men jogging, almost in sync. You see a young woman running, with her earphones plugged in. You are knocked off your way

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Sound Bone health


A common cause of concern among seniors is bone functionality. What most people overlook is that a few simple changes can go a long way in improving mobility during one’s Golden years. Dietary changes combined with exercise in any form

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Baby’s Sleep for Dementia Patients


Sleep is one of the most vital elements of a balanced and happy life. Often we underestimate its importance in the wake of unhealthy lifestyles, work pressures or to satiate social needs.     Conversely, even if patient of dementia

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Taking Care Of Your Own Well-Being While Providing Support To Other


In the October of 2009, my father’s dear mother suddenly experienced dizziness owing to extremely low Blood Pressure. She was rushed to the hospital, following which, her health improved. Little did we know that it was just a lull before

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Early Warning Signs of COPD in Seniors


It is common for seniors with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) to not notice the early signs; or blame them on other ailments/lifestyle decisions such as smoking or being out of shape. Symptoms of COPD usually develop gradually over a

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Tips to keep Seniors Warm in Winter!

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With lots of snow falling, everyone is certainly feeling the cold but winter is surely the hardest for our senior community. They are more at risk in this extreme weather. It can be a difficult time because their bodies, due

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Music Therapy

The sound of the waves, the chatter of the birds, the rustle of the leaves and every single footfall for that matter are nature’s forms of music. Music has always been a driving force of nature. The existence of a

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Preserving your Vision


Eyes are our sole window to the big beautiful world; which is why they are widely considered to be one of the most precious organs of the human body. Yet the law of nature says that as we grow older,

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Diabetes Management


The other day, I came about this article on the web. It was about a woman who wanted a second chance- at life. All through the write-up she was constantly talking about all the things she would have done differently.

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Dealing with Alzheimer’s


Simply speaking, when nerve cells in the brain fail to communicate with each other, the person suffers from memory-loss and Alzheimer’s is caused. A variation of Dementia, Alzheimer’s has a high occurrence rate among the elderly. Although it is terminal,

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