Could you be at risk for deep vein thrombosis? Learning the risk factors and symptoms as well as some simple preventive measures can help you to catch and treat this condition early or possibly avoid it altogether.
With the end of August fast approaching, many people don’t want to spend their time indoors cooking over a hot stove. When it’s cold outside, working in a kitchen can be cozy. However, with warmer weather here, priorities change. Activities like gardening, visiting family, or going to the beach have your full attention. And no one…Read More
Aging comes with many ups and downs. On the one hand, you’ve gained decades worth of experience, wisdom, and memories. But on the other hand, you may find that many things that you used to do without a second thought are becoming increasingly challenging. Many health conditions associated with aging cause challenges in certain areas…Read More
Whether they’re headed for the beach, grabbing their gardening tools, hitting the golf course, or relaxing on their porch, some people just can’t get enough of the sun. Being outside provides the chance to get some exercise, and many outdoor activities bring fulfillment and joy. There’s a downside to spending lots of time outside, though….Read More
Is spring cleaning one of the items on your annual to-do list? Some people love the process of organizing and cleaning. For others, it’s a necessary evil. Love it or hate it, though, spring cleaning is a great opportunity for a fresh start. Have years of accumulated possessions started to make you feel a little…Read More
In addition to being beautiful, gardening is a great way for seniors to improve their mental, emotional, and physical health.
If you are caring for a loved one with dementia, you may have struggled with finding ways to keep them calm and engaged. Have you ever considered a stuffed animal? Don’t be too quick to dismiss the idea. Stuffed animals aren’t just for kids. People of all ages can find joy and comfort in stuffed…Read More
Although a loved one may not be with us physically, they’ve touched our lives and their memory stays with us. Here are six ways to honor their memory and move forward in the healing process.