Health & Fitness

Dental health’s link to Alzheimer’s, and what it means for family members

Jan 11th, 2021 | By
Dental health’s link to Alzheimer’s, and what it means for family members

I know from personal experience how tricky it is to navigate oral care routines with Alzheimer’s patients, because my father lives with Alzheimer’s. The average number of years that a person lives after being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s is eight to 10 years, but some live another 20 years or more. It is important for the
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Seminar covers long-term care before it’s needed

Jan 7th, 2021 | By

Long-term care is commonly associated with age. But increasingly, younger adults find themselves in need of services following accidents, unexpected illnesses, or chronic conditions. One-third of residents in long-term care facilities are younger than 65 years, and many more receive care services in their own homes. That’s the backdrop for “Options for the Future: Living
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Anti-age your way to good health

Dec 29th, 2020 | By
Anti-age your way to good health

If one thing has come from 2020, it’s that we learned how to adapt and pivot from our usual daily practices. As much as we have all learned about ourselves and our world during this year, it’s also true that the pandemic has taken many things from us. We may have lost our freedom to
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Let’s get functional: Exercises to help you live independently

Dec 1st, 2020 | By
Let’s get functional: Exercises to help you live independently

If you want to move better and without pain for years to come, your exercise routine must be functional. What exactly does that mean? Simply put, functional exercise is a workout method designed to mimic the types of movements you perform in everyday life. By training these movement patterns, you help build and maintain the
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