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      What Should You Do If Your Veteran Father Is Exhibiting Signs of Dementia?

      By Kate Jenkins | November 20, 2017

      Your father is a veteran. He served a long time ago, possibly during the tail end of the Korean War or part of the Vietnam War. You’re concerned about him now, though. He is exhibiting some signs of dementia. You know he is at an increased risk of developing Alzheimer’s because there is some family…

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      Gut Health and Better Aging

      By Oscar Isacsson, M.S., CSCS | November 16, 2017

      Senior Nutrition and Wellness: There is a ton of science emerging from this field of the gut microbiome. It’s a unique health concept that has gotten a lot more attention lately as more and more studies are being produced.

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      The Most Underutilized Supplement for Older Individuals

      By Oscar Isacsson, M.S., CSCS | November 6, 2017

      Senior Nutrition and Wellness: Creatine has been a staple for athletes and bodybuilders for decades. It’s been proven to help improve the effects of resistance training such as more lean mass, better strength gains, and overall improved muscle function. Creatine is a fuel source that is used for very short durations of physical exertion. The body relies on several different energy sources.

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      What Three Things Might a Person Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Need Right Now?

      By Andrew Dubler | October 30, 2017

      Being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s may not be a complete shock to a person in their 50s, 60s, or 70s, but it is going to be difficult to accept. A lot of times, before somebody has gone to their doctor for formal diagnosis, they have had concerns about their memory. Memory loss is the most significant…

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      Pneumonia Doesn’t Get Better by Ignoring It, No Matter What Time of Year It Is

      By Mariela McCarrie | October 27, 2017

      Thomas was the kind of man who didn’t really pay attention to his health throughout much of his life. He was a relatively healthy individual, but when he did get sick, it was a rare event and he was often encouraged by his wife to get to the doctor. “I don’t need to go to…

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      Safety for Any Senior at Home Begins with Awareness

      By Teresa Sajkowski, RN BSN CHPN | October 25, 2017

      How aware are you of your own abilities at the moment? This may seem like an absurd question because everyone should be quite aware of what they can or can’t do. However, as people get older, even though they don’t realize it, their strength, balance, and agility can become compromised. For seniors in their 70s…

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