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Grocery shopping for seniors

Grocery shopping for seniors

No one wants to stress over what they will be eating during the week. But going to the grocery store with a plan in mind — and a list in hand — can help ensure you buy foods with the best nutritional value for your money. Here are some tips: Develop a meal plan. The...
When someone you love has cancer

When someone you love has cancer

Being a caregiver can be taxing, but looking after someone with cancer comes with its own special challenges. Take a look below at some tips to help you meet them. Eating Talk to your loved one’s healthcare practitioners about what any food guidelines they recommend...
Keep active to keep bone density strong

Keep active to keep bone density strong

Exercise. We all know we need it. But your bones will be particularly thankful to you if you get up and go. No matter your fitness level or what you do, staying active will help to strengthen your body. Check out these special perks that exercise offers your skeleton:...
How to ask for caregiving help

How to ask for caregiving help

It’s never easy to ask for help – but there’s absolutely no shame in it. Below are just some of the ways to streamline that process: Make a list If you’re going to ask someone (or several people) to assist with caregiving, you have to be specific about your needs....
Are your eyes feeling the strain?

Are your eyes feeling the strain?

Chances are, you spend a lot of time in front of screens. Research shows that Americans spend at least 50% of each day looking at screens — computers, smart phones, televisions, tablets and other electronic devices. As we age, all that screen time is even harder on...
Bounce back from caregiver burnout

Bounce back from caregiver burnout

There’s probably not a caregiver out there who hasn’t dealt with – or at least heard of – burnout. And it’s more than just a set of uncomfortable symptoms; burnout can seriously compromise your health as well as your ability to look after your caree. But the tips...