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Tips for Planning a Senior-Friendly Container Garden

After a long winter likely spent indoors, getting outside can give the spirit a boost. Gardening is an activity older adults can safely enjoy even amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Fortunately, gardening doesn’t require a large plot of land to reap the mental and physical health benefits.

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4 Ways to Protect Your Respiratory System

As concerns about COVID-19 persist, respiratory health and how to protect your respiratory system should be a priority. From pneumonia to lung cancer and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, there are a variety of illnesses beyond the coronavirus that can impact your health.

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Get the Facts about Heart Disease

February is National Heart Month. Each year organizations like the National Heart Association and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) dedicate the month to sharing resources and tools. It’s an opportunity to help people learn more about cardiac diseases, including controllable risk factors.

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How Technology Helps Deliver Personalized Care

If you’re the caregiver for a senior family member, you know every detail of their health, needs, and preferences. From when they take their medications to how they like their eggs to their allergies and health conditions, you’ve got it all down to a science.

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How Life Enrichment Programs Can Improve Seniors’ Quality of Life

Being active and engaged in life with opportunities to grow and learn is important at every age. Many seniors say that participating in life enrichment activities is one of the primary reasons they decided to move to a senior living community. While programs and events might seem like a luxury, they really are a necessity. And while COVID-19 is still a threat, it is important to find ways to be active and engaged yet still remain healthy.

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The Importance of Senior Friendships to Healthy Aging

Many of the factors that promote healthy aging are commonly known—exercising, eating a balanced diet, and getting 7 to 8 hours of quality sleep per night. These habits are important at every stage of life. For the seniors, however, friendships have a particularly important influence on healthy aging. As relationships evolve over time, having a strong, supportive circle of friends can help you live a longer, healthier life.

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How Seniors Can Connect Online via Social Media

Social media platforms like Facebook or Instagram can be used by people of all ages. During the COVID-19 pandemic, seniors in particular are learning to enjoy the many benefits of connecting online.

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Handwashing 101 - 7 Steps to Protect Your Health

Most people know that one of the keys to protecting yourself from the coronavirus is practicing good hygiene, specifically washing your hands frequently. Effective handwashing is more than just running your fingers under the water for a few seconds. To help kill any germs and viruses that may be lingering, you need to use warm, soapy water and scrub every part of your fingers, thumbs, hands, and wrists.

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