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Recognizing and Preventing Depression When You Are a Family Caregiver

The physical and emotional demands of providing care for a senior loved one can cause even the most ardent caregiver to feel a little blue from time to time. Being responsible for the health and wellbeing of a person you love is daunting. A caregiver might worry that they aren’t doing a good job meeting their loved one’s needs or fear they will forget something important, such as an appointment or a medication dosage.

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6 Early Signs of Alzheimer's Disease

We all occasionally misplace our belongings or have problems remembering a new acquaintance’s name. Infrequent lapses like these aren’t unusual in the course of modern life.

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How to Cope When a Loved One with Alzheimer's Develops a Romantic Crush

Having a romantic relationship can be as common for a person living with Alzheimer’s disease as with any other person. However, it’s a situation that can be awkward for families to experience if their loved one is in a previously committed relationship with someone else. 

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How to Lighten up Your Thanksgiving Menu When a Loved One Is on a Restricted Diet

Thanksgiving is typically a day to pause and give thanks for life’s many blessings. Many older adults gather with friends and family to enjoy a traditional meal. Unfortunately, the vast majority of the holiday’s traditional menu choices aren’t very healthy.

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Why You Should Adopt a Senior Pet

November is National Adopt a Senior Pet Month. While many people are committed to adopting animals through local shelters, older animals are often overlooked in favor of younger ones. But for seniors, adopting an older pet can be an ideal solution.

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Veterans Day and Remembrance Day: Honoring Sunrise Heroes

November 11 marks Veterans Day in the United States and Remembrance Day in Canada. This day is an opportunity to recognize the sacrifices and military service of the millions of Americans and Canadians who protected their countries.

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How You Can Honor a Loved One Who Served This Veterans Day

Veterans are our nation’s heroes. They proved their loyalty by selflessly serving in the military and fighting to preserve our freedoms. On November 11 each year, our nation pauses to recognize the service and sacrifice of our veterans. Whether they are part of what has been dubbed the “greatest generation” or fought in Vietnam, it’s important to show them we remember and appreciate their service.

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What Issues Are Important to Senior Voters at the Polls?

Seniors have historically been reliable voters. They tend to be patriotic citizens and view voting as a duty to their country. According to the American National Election Survey, over the last four decades, the oldest American voters have overall tended to be more conservative, while the youngest have tended to be more liberal.

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