Overcoming Food Aversions Commonly Caused by Chemotherapy Treatment

Keeping a healthy diet is especially critical for those undergoing chemotherapy or other types of cancer treatment, but one of the significant side effects stopping patients from eating well is an alteration in how food tastes. It’s important to alleviate this and other obstacles to healthy eating in an effort to preserve the strength needed […]

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Parkinson’s Disease and Exercise: How to Slow Down Symptoms

The particular results of remaining physically active throughout aging are tremendous; however, for those with Parkinson’s disease, exercise may truly be a game-changer in the progression of the disease. Several studies are revealing direct links between physical exercise and Parkinson’s, such as the largest clinical study to date, in which patients who exercised a minimum of […]

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How Can I Help When My Loved One Has Suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury?

Meeting the care needs of a loved one who has suffered from a traumatic brain injury can be easier to manage when armed with knowledge and insight. The methods below, courtesy of the Rogue Valley home care experts at All Care, can lessen stress and frustration for both family caregivers and traumatic brain injury survivors. […]

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The Results Are In—Survey Says: Healthy Eating for Seniors Is a MUST

In our previous blog post, we outlined some age-related concerns that can keep older adults from eating well, but what if unhealthy eating habits lead to cognitive impairment? Malnourishment in older individuals is more prevalent than you might think. As stated by the National Resource on Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Aging, up to 35% – […]

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Solutions for the Most Common Problems with Senior Nutrition

Most of us are eager to sit down and indulge in a delectable meal – the comforting smells and tastes, the gratifying sensation of a filled stomach. For a number of older people, though, a variety of health challenges can prevent their enjoyment of meals or even their ability to shop for nutritious foods, in […]

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The Real Truth About These Four Incontinence Myths

Urinary incontinence can be an embarrassing subject for those who encounter it. The stigma behind the condition commonly contributes to individuals having either a lack of facts or believing in some common misunderstandings about incontinence. The following are some incontinence myths and the facts to go with them: Myth: Urinary incontinence is unavoidable with age. […]

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3 Bladder Leakage Causes in Seniors and How to Treat Them

Incontinence, or reduced bladder control, is a distressing and sensitive issue, particularly for seniors. It can cause a variety of concerns, from skin sores to social isolation for individuals who are afraid to leave the house in case of an “accident.” Yet while bladder leakage causes as many as 25 million Americans to suffer with […]

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Medford Home Care Tip: Using Veterans’ Aid & Attendance for Senior Care

At All Care In-Home Care Solutions, we often hear from families that they assumed that as long as their loved one is covered by Medicare, all the costs for home care would be covered. Unfortunately, though, this is a common myth. As we outlined in a previous blog post, most families use private funds in […]

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