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  • 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 discolorations in the lower extremities differ from one person to another. Purple ... Continue Reading
  • Financial Needs of the Elderly: Managing Senior Finances Financial planning for seniors is essential for a life free from elderly financial problems in retirement. One of the most common financial concerns for seniors is running out of money in retirement or outliving the life of investments. If you don’t feel confident in setting ... Continue Reading
  • Protecting Elderly Parents' Assets People become more trusting in old age. Between the natural cognitive decline of aging and issues like dementia, we also become more vulnerable to abuse and fraud. Learning how to protect your parents' assets is mostly about taking sensible preventive measures, and most of ... Continue Reading
  • UTI Symptoms in Elderly Adults Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are more common in elderly adults than any other age group. UTIs are not only more common in the aging population, but UTI symptoms in elderly people can also be more complicated than in younger patients with the same illness. Let’s take a ... Continue Reading
  • Poor Circulation in Feet: Causes and How to Improve As we grow older, developing some circulatory impairment is natural. Not only does our circulatory system become less efficient, but we’re also more likely to develop a variety of health conditions that might impair it further. While poor circulation in feet is often nothing ... Continue Reading
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