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Aging and Caffeine: What Older Adults Should Know

Scientists have debated caffeine’s health impacts for years. In the past, the medical community advised limiting caffeine intake because they believed it negatively impacted overall health. Then, research came along that seemed to indicate coffee consumption—drinking fully caffeinated portions in moderate amounts—resulted in lower incidence of Alzheimer’s disease.

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Sunscreen 101: Keeping Older Skin Safe in the Summer

As we grow older, our skin becomes more fragile. The side effects of some medications, such as those prescribed for high blood pressure and high cholesterol, can cause the skin to become dry. This is further compounded by the loss of the structural protein collagen, which is a natural part of the aging process. It can all contribute to increased sun sensitivity for older adults.  

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Music Brings Residents Together at Sunrise on Old Meridian

June 21 is World Music Day! To celebrate, we are recognizing a Sunrise on Old Meridian, IN, resident who has filled her community with the joy of music.

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Why Are Seniors at Higher Risk for Dehydration?

Summer provides most of us with opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors. From daily walks to picnics in the park, sunshine and warmer weather lift the spirit and boost mood. Spending more time outdoors, however, comes with increased risk for dehydration.

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5 Suggestions for Planning an Intergenerational Father's Day

Since more people are living longer, healthier lives, family holiday celebrations often include three or even four generations of loved ones. Finding ways to make those gatherings engaging and enjoyable for everyone, however, takes a little more planning. As Father’s Day approaches, we’ve compiled a few ideas you can use to plan an intergenerational celebration.

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Sunrise Resident Honored for Role in World War II

In celebration of the 243rd birthday of the U.S. Army on June 14, we are celebrating one Sunrise resident who is a veteran of World War II.

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The History of Flag Day and Flag Etiquette Rules to Know

Old Glory, as the American flag is often referred to, symbolizes our country’s heritage and freedom. For seniors who served or had a loved one serve during a period of war or conflict, the American flag can be especially meaningful. It represents pride, sacrifice, courage, and determination.

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World War II Veteran Thriving at Sunrise of Fullerton

In celebration of Flag Day in the U.S. on June 14, we’re recognizing one resident of Sunrise of Fullerton, CA, who served honorably in the U.S. Navy during World War II, as well as in the Air Force Reserves later in life.

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