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How Emotions Linger After Memory Fails with Alzheimer's

It’s an adage most of us have heard in one form or another: people might not remember what you said, but they’ll remember how you made them feel. This saying rings true for seniors living with dementia.

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The Great Wine Debate: Separating Fact from Fiction on the Health Benefits of Wine

Many adults enjoy an occasional drink with friends. A beer on a hot summer day or a specialty drink before dinner at a local restaurant seem harmless to most of us. Health experts tend to agree that alcohol in moderation is fine for the majority of people.

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Advice to Help a New Family Caregiver

If you are a new family caregiver providing support for a senior loved one, you probably have a multitude of questions. It’s a big responsibility that often leaves family members feeling doubtful, anxious, and even guilty that they aren’t doing a very good job.

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Six Ways to Manage High Blood Pressure Naturally

If you or an older adult you love have been diagnosed with hypertension, more commonly known as high blood pressure, you probably know how serious it can be. High blood pressure is linked to heart disease, stroke, and even some types of vision problems.

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Sunrise Resident Shows Dedication to Fitness

With National Women’s Health Week coming to a close, we’re recognizing one resident of Sunrise on Old Meridian, IN, who has displayed a remarkable dedication to physical fitness.

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6 Tips for Planning a Smooth Transition to an Assisted Living Community

Moving is difficult no matter what age you are. The weeks leading up to the move can bring a rollercoaster of emotions. Sorting through closets, packing, and cleaning can be mentally and physically exhausting. While a new adventure might be exciting, the change and uncertainty that often comes along with moving can be more difficult to process for older adults.

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What is Armed Forces Day?

Americans are proud of our service men and women. We conduct letter-writing campaigns when they are deployed overseas, greet them with bands and parades when they return home, and honor them with special days throughout the year.

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Early-onset Alzheimer's and Young Adult Family Caregivers

When we hear the words “family caregiver,” most of us picture a middle-aged or older adult, typically a spouse or grown child. While those demographics do describe the majority of family caregivers, an increasing number of caregivers are much younger. Nearly 1.4 million children and teens between the ages of 8 and 18 are believed to be acting as caregivers for someone in their family.

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