Early Detection Is Key To Breast Cancer Survival


Did you know that one in eight U.S. women will develop breast cancer in their lifetimes? Or that in 2016 alone, an estimated 246,660 new cases of invasive breast cancer are expected to be diagnosed in U.S. women? While these numbers are scary, it also means that more breast cancer is being caught thanks in […]

READ MOREOctober 18, 2016  |  NO COMMENTS  

Helpful Tips To Keep Your Pearly Whites Pearly White


Maintaining your oral health is about so much more than making sure your breath is fresh and that you don’t have a piece of broccoli stuck in your front teeth. It’s about taking care of your teeth and your gums and making it a part of your overall daily health regimen. That’s why, in honor […]

READ MOREOctober 11, 2016  |  NO COMMENTS  

Keys To Maintaining Healthy Vision


You cannot take your eyesight for granted. As you get older, your vision can start to change, making it more important than ever to maintain your eye health over the years. And doing what you can to maintain healthy vision is not challenging. It really comes down to making smart lifestyle choices. We’ve compiled a […]

READ MOREAugust 16, 2016  |  NO COMMENTS  

Saving Time and Money at the Grocery Store


Grocery shopping. You either love it or you hate it. The stores can be overwhelming with aisle upon aisle of food and drink. And there’s all those important decisions along the way – skim or whole, diet or regular, paper or plastic, self-checkout or traditional checkout? And why is it that even when you go […]

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Don’t let a food allergy keep you from summer fun!


Food allergies are no picnic for anyone. They can be especially challenging during the summer when there are endless parties and barbecues to attend. When you or someone you love has a food allergy, it’s important to take every precaution to make sure you’re able to worry a little less and have a lot more […]

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Keeping Your Loved One Safe While Traveling


Summer has arrived! That means that the kids are out of school and the hot, summer weather is upon us. These lazy summer days also mean that it’s vacation season for many families – including grandparents and even great-grandparents. For those of you with elderly loved ones, planning to travel with them – or helping […]

READ MOREJuly 5, 2016  |  NO COMMENTS  

Not Just Bingo: Fun Activities for Your Senior


As thrilling as bingo is, sometimes you’ve got to switch it up and keep things exciting. What better way to keep your loved one active and entertained than with these suggestions of crafts, outdoors games and field trips. Crafts – Arts and craft is a win-win for everyone. While many of the creative activities have […]

READ MOREJune 22, 2016  |  NO COMMENTS  

Beat The Heat: Understanding The Risks of Hyperthermia


After a long winter, there is nothing more refreshing than sunny skies and warm weather. On the contrary, as temperatures rise, so does the risk of hyperthermia. Luckily, there are ways for you to prevent yourself from the harmful condition. How can you resist getting out there and enjoying the summer season? Whether you’re gardening, […]

READ MOREJune 7, 2016  |  NO COMMENTS  

Coping with Long-Distance Caregiving


Majority of adults that plan to care for an aging relative live at least one or more hours away. Checking up on your loved ones can be simple but when it comes to caregiving, not knowing what’s happening with their care can be tough. The best way to support your senior in need is to […]

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Preparing for Winter Driving Tips


When the weather outside is frightful or just extremely cold, you and your loved ones want to be prepared. With winter being the most dangerous time to drive, there are some precautions you’ll want to keep in mind before heading out on the road. Get your car checked out – Warming up your car and […]

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