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Making the Most of the Holiday Season

Nov 27, 2015 by Travis M. Smith

When it’s time to celebrate the holidays, we think of the music, the lights, good food and the company of friends and family. But the holidays can also mean stress. It feels like there is too much to do and not enough time, and too much to buy and not enough money. But by planning ahead, being realistic and setting a budget before we make a list of people to buy for, we can eliminate much of the stress brought on by the holidays. Read Article

Coping with a Senior Loved One's Difficulties

Nov 19, 2015 by Jazzmin Gomez

As a child or loved one of an aging adult, it is difficult to watch someone slowly forget even the simplest things. Coping with that change can be tough. Here are some helpful tips to help the coping process go a bit more smoothly. Read Article

Dear Seniors: You Need to Exercise!

Nov 13, 2015 by Jazzmin Gomez

Exercise and physical activity are essential for a healthy life, especially in older adults. A common concern is whether it is safe for seniors to exercise. Most senior citizens are safe to exercise in some form. Research shows that an inactive lifestyle is unhealthy for any adult. Once beginning exercising and becoming more physically active, changes can be seen in just a couple weeks. Learn about the four major categories of exercise that should be a part of every senior's life. Read Article

Acetaminophen Toxicity

Nov 5, 2015 by Travis M. Smith

Acetaminophen has long been used by people of all ages as a pain reliever for conditions, such as headaches, osteoarthritis, fever and general aches and pains. When used in proper dosage, acetaminophen is an effective and safe medication. However, there are instances where its use can become dangerous, especially if used excessively or in amounts higher than the recommended dosage. Read Article

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