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5 Low-Impact Exercises for Seniors

Getting enough exercise is important at any age, but it’s something we often overlook in our senior years. What a lot of people don’t realize, though, is that exercises for seniors are vital for all-round good health. As we get older, our exercise priorities change. It’s unlikely that you’ll be looking to run marathons at […]

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5 Things to Consider When Choosing Caregivers in Dallas

Putting your loved one in the hands of a caregiver isn’t always an easy decision to make. Most people want to live privately in their own homes for as long as they can; however, as life progresses, and complications arise, that isn’t possible without someone to assist with their day-to-day living. Although most families would […]

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Making Home Care Easier with Smart Homes and Other Technology

When it comes to elder care in the 21st century, many of our elderly loved ones are choosing to age in place – they prefer to remain living in their own homes. Who can blame them? Home is where the heart is, and so many assisted living facilities come with high cost and numerous concerns. […]

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10 Health Resolutions to Adopt in 2017

2016 was a resoundingly tough year for many people. In fact, one massively public event, the juggernaut that was this year’s presidential election, was reportedly the “source of significant stress in more than half of Americans”, according to a Stress in American Poll. According to the poll, this stress crossed all party lines and has […]

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Celebrating Home Care + Hospice Month

Each November we’re proud to celebrate our home care and hospice caregivers, calling attention to their heroic acts of service. Collectively made up of everyone from social workers to nurses, millions work tirelessly all year to make life better for their patients and the families who love them, and we’re so grateful. Since 1982 the […]

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Celebrating Veterans

Officially declared a federal holiday in 1938 (though celebrated in one form or another as early as 1919), Veterans Day is a celebration of the brave men and women who have proudly served their country in the U.S. armed forces.

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Why Organizing Your Medical Info Is Important

In an emergency, there’s no time to gather or sort through mountains of medical info. Depending on the severity of the incident and level of shock you may also lack the mental wherewithal to remember simple yet vital pieces of information. That’s why it’s important to get organized ahead of time. Do you know what […]

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National Respiratory Care Week

Happy National Respiratory Care Week, everyone! Since 1982, the last full week in October has been a time to raise awareness of the medical professionals who specialize in respiratory medicine and promote better lung health across the globe.

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