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For the elderly it is often very difficult to get the recommended amount of exercise. Although it depends on certain restrictions such as age and limitations due to past injuries, it is recommended that seniors get 150 minutes of exercise…

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Deciding what to do at the end of someone's life is not only frightening, heartbreaking, and overwhelming, it is also a daunting task of finding what's right for your loved one. You want them to be as comfortable as possible.…

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Poor Sleep Increases Likelihood Of Catching A Cold

Not sleeping well?  In addition to the known consequences of not getting enough sleep – fatigue, moodiness, poor concentration, obesity, more prone to accidents – a recent study has found that people who sleep six hours a night or less…

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Caring For Diabetic Foot Problems Begins With Prevention

NJ Senior Health News | If you have type 2 diabetes, one of the biggest concerns you’re likely to face is diabetic foot ulcers. As many as 70 percent of diabetics have mild to severe forms of nervous system damage…

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Home Care Is Not A Beginning To The End

New Jersey Senior Care News | Many older people are threatened by the mere suggestion they might need home care of any kind.  They can’t get past the feeling that bringing in a home health aide is the first step…

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Need For Senior Care In New Jersey And Other States Keeps Growing

The numbers regarding the need for senior care in  my home state of New Jersey and the US in general are astounding.  For starters, in 2020 just five years from now, the number of Americans 65 years of age and…

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Healthy Eating Tips For Seniors

NJ Home Care & Health News Eating nutritionally grows ever more important for seniors.  Here are some healthy eating habits to adopt: Reduce your sodium (salt). This will help prevent water retention and high blood pressure. Look for the "low…

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When Is The Time To See A Geriatrician?

Geriatricians are primary care doctors who have had additional training in the health care needs of older people. So, why should you consider seeing one? In many cases, people over 65 - especially those over 80 - have special medical…

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Older Cancer Patients Need To Disclose Any Alternative Drugs

New Jersey Home Health Care News Many older cancer patients use alternative medicines, including some that could interfere with their treatment. A recent study in the Journal of Geriatric Oncology has shown that even though alternative medicines are marketed as…

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Does Your Pet Make You Sneeze?

NJ Home Care News Everyone agrees that pets are great for older people. They provide love, companionship, routine, protection and, in the case of most dogs, exercise and a reason for getting out of the house. Yet, what if you're…

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