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By: Todd Going
Nursing Home Abuse & Inadequate CareMany Americans who are forced to place loved ones into a nursing home assume that they'll be under the best care by professional nursing home workers. Everyone wan (read entire article)
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By: Douglas Hanna
The new Medicare Plan D Prescription Drug Coverage Program has created a lot of confusion. But there are five basic questions where you need to know the answers. Here are those questions and answers. (read entire article)
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By: Renee Reeves
What will your life be like after you place your loved one in a long-term care facility?Will you feel lonely, have caregiver guilt, be stressed out, or sad? More than likely!One of the hardest things (read entire article)
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By: Laura Gillson
As America's “baby boomer” generation enters the second half of their lives, we face some heartbreaking choices as to how best to care for our aging parents. Many families are already struggling (read entire article)
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By: Theresa Wilson
When elderly members are ill, family members and friends can be key ingredients to their successful recuperation. Caregivers often seek opportunities to demonstrate love and caring, to eliminate stres (read entire article)
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By: Torey Farnsworth
The cost of skilled nursing care is slowly rising. Currently, the average cost of care in Arizona ranges from $3,500 to $4,500 per month. Skilled nursing facilities are great for seniors who require (read entire article)
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By: Christine Dobrowolski, DPM
Exercise has a very important role in the general health and the quality of life of everyone, but especially in seniors. Seniors who walk tend to look younger, sleep more soundly and have fewer vis (read entire article)
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By: Molly Shomer
A few years ago Miranda M. became a widow. After a short time her grandson (her only available relative) persuaded her to move across several states to be closer to him.He located a nice retirement (read entire article)
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