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Celebrating Four Decades of Quality Care ~ 1982 - 2022

Senior Care Advice

  • Chronic Runny Nose in the Elderly Why does my nose run more as I get older? It can be the result of geriatric rhinitis or primary atrophic rhinitis. This imprecise term signifies the inflammation of the mucous membranes or lining of the nasal cavity due to the age-related changes in nasal physiology. ... Continue Reading
  • Home Remedies for Bed Sores in Seniors and the Elderly Bed sores — also known as pressure sores or pressure ulcers — occur due to prolonged pressure, such as sitting or lying in the same position for a long time. These painful injuries can lead to several health problems, which may require medical attention. You may be wondering ... Continue Reading
  • Hypothermia in Elderly Adults: Symptoms to Watch For Hypothermia is an emergency medical condition that occurs when the body loses heat faster than it can produce heat, resulting in dangerously low body temperatures. Normal body temperature is around 98.6 F. Hypothermia occurs when the body temperature falls below 95 F. It is ... Continue Reading
  • 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
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