Five Common Crimes that Target the Elderly

As people reach their senior years, some of them do not like to spend the rest of their life in the home for the aged and so they usually live alone. This is since their children have their own families or have relocated to a place, which is closer to their work. One of the […]

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Five Health Habits You Need to Step Up in Old Age

Part of aging is dealing with the changes that occur naturally in the body. Older individuals have different health needs than younger people. This often means it is necessary to change some of the basic health habits that have been a part of life for decades. Five health habits need to be stepped up in […]

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Five Steps to Staying Safe During Retirement

Retiring Abroad: What You Need to Know

It seems these days that with an increase in global connectivity and more easily accessible air transportation, destinations once thought to be exotic are more like a hop, skip, and a jump away. Plenty of elder folks have seen their children and grandchildren head off on study abroad trips or backpacking tours through Southeast Asia […]

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5 Things To Keep In Mind And Avoid Back Pain

Back pain strikes everyone at some point in their life and it’s most common at an old age. Stress, a sedentary lifestyle, weight gain, and injuries can all lead to back stress or worsen it.  However, if you follow the steps outlined below, you will find that you can help reduce how much back pain […]

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CPR & Comfort Care: Which is Best for Your Elderly Loved One?

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, commonly known as CPR, is a classic element of first aid. This method combines rescue breathing, chest compressions, and oftentimes electric shock delivered using a defibrillator. The aim of CPR is to start a heart that has stopped beating and to restore breathing (which in turn allows oxygen to reach the brain). CPR […]

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