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Supporting Your Older Loved One with Low Vision
Published Feb. 28, 2023
Eye diseases like macular degeneration, cataracts, and glaucoma can impact your loved one’s abilities and quality of life. Here is how you can help your loved one with low vision. 1) Take Your Loved One To the Eye Doctor It’s important for your old…
Congenital Heart Disease Awareness Week: Winter's Story
Published Feb. 14, 2023
Three-year-old Winter is nonverbal, but she has no problem communicating. Outgoing and bubbly, she loves to play and adores her big brother. But she wasn’t always the active social butterfly she is now. Born with congenital heart disease (CHD), Wint…
Heart Healthy Nutrition: Foods That Contribute to Heart Disease
Published Feb. 13, 2023
If you’re trying to maintain a heart-healthy lifestyle, there are steps you can take to improve your overall health. One of the best things you can do is eating a healthy diet. The 2020-2025 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend limiting satu…
Keep Your Brain Sharp As You Age
Published Jan. 30, 2023
Brain health refers to how well a person’s brain functions in different areas. The components of brain health include: • Cognitive health: this is how you think, learn, and remember • Motor function, which makes and controls your movements, inc…
5 Fun Winter Activities for Seniors
Published Jan. 19, 2023
Seniors don’t have to let the cold weather get in the way of enjoying the winter months. There are plenty of opportunities to experiment with new indoor and outdoor activities to stay active and busy during the new year. These tips include some id…