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Process of Aging

  • Bowel Incontinence in Elderly Adults We promise there are fun parts of getting older - retirement and freedom to go on exotic vacations whenever you want, senior discounts literally everywhere, being awesome at 70’s music trivia, and bragging to your kids about how you saw Star Wars: A New Hope in theatres. ... Continue Reading
  • 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 blood oxygen level, you will need some medical attention since it will ... Continue Reading
  • Urinary Incontinence in Elderly Adults: Causes, Treatment, Complications Not being able to make it to the bathroom on time or unexpectedly losing control of your bladder can be quite debilitating. But what causes these conditions and what can we do for treatment? In this post, we will review everything you need to know about urinary incontinence ... Continue Reading
  • Self Defense for Seniors and the Elderly Sometimes, walking the streets at night can be scary, especially when you’re older and walking alone. However, that does not mean you are helpless. There are plenty of ways to keep yourself safe from potential attackers. In this post, we will review techniques, moves, ... Continue Reading
  • Adults in Diapers: How to Get Elderly Parents to Wear Disposable Underwear Bladder or bowel incontinence is a sensitive and embarrassing subject for both aging parents and their adult children. How do you start the conversation about adults wearing diapers with the person who once changed yours? Well, that “Depends!” The image of an adult in ... Continue Reading
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