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Most Recent Posts from August, 2021

  • Oxygen Levels in Elderly Adults: When to be Concerned

    Red blood cells carry most of the oxygen in your body. These cells collect oxygen from your lungs and deliver it to all parts of your body to perform necessary functions. That means if you have a low ... Read More
  • What to do When an Elderly Parent Runs Out of Money

    For almost anyone with aging parents, it’s natural to have concerns over their financial future. And it can be stressful to figure out how to handle these kinds of situations, especially if you have ... Read More
  • Purple, Black and Blue Feet in Elderly Adults

    If you or your loved one have noticed discoloration in your feet, ankles, or legs, you should consult your doctor to determine the cause. Reasons for purple patches on elderly skin or other ... Read More
  • How Often Should an Elderly Person Urinate?

    As we grow older, we develop reduced kidney function, weaker bladder muscles, and a variety of other things which can incline us to new patterns in urination. Some of these differences are natural and ... Read More
  • Filing Taxes for Elderly Parents

    If you are caring for an elderly parent, when April rolls around, you will probably have questions related to taxes. Bad enough that you have to stress about your own taxes, and now you are also left ... Read More
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