Snowflakes and shimmering icicles disguise the actual dangers of the winter season. Beyond the breathtaking beauty of winter, this season holds many hazards for people… Read More »Preparing Your Senior Parents for the Winter
It is normal for seniors to have a bowel movement every two to three days, although having one every day is considered ideal. When bowel… Read More »What Helps Constipation in the Elderly?
Shingles, caused by the same virus that causes chickenpox, may have innocuous beginnings, but can cause serious health complications in seniors. As an uncomfortable skin… Read More »How to Identify and Manage Shingles in the Elderly
Thanksgiving is a family tradition, but as parents age, relationship dynamics will change. Adult children now make decisions, from who hosts the gathering to what… Read More »Tips for Managing Thanksgiving with Senior Parents
Experts estimate that every year, almost 800,000 people experience a stroke of some kind, be it relatively minor or severe, recurrent or new. This number… Read More »How to Recognize and React to Stroke Symptoms
Consuming healthy foods is a vital part of sustaining well-being. Fresh fruits, leafy vegetables, and lean proteins make up the core of a nutrient-dense diet.… Read More »Top 10 Foods Your Aging Parents Should Never Consume and Why