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Heart Disease and Diabetes

Uncontrolled blood sugar levels affect all aspects of the body. The increased glucose eventually damages the blood vessels which, ultimately, affects the heart. Because of this, those with diabetes have two to four times the chance of developing heart disease.  There are three types associated with diabetes. These include:  coronary heart disease, heart failure and…

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Considerations for Dealing with Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is considered to be mostly a disease experienced by older women.  This is generally due to the disease being one that breaks down bone to create a situation where bones lose density and can become brittle or fracture more easily.  And, the condition tends to increase after menopause. According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation…

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Helping your Parent take care of Aging Skin

Home Care in San Ramon CA Skin, the largest organ of the human body, is also the one that is most visibly affected by aging. Though environmental and habitual life choices play a part in the process of aging skin, part of the process is inevitable. Collagen and elastin are primary components of the body’s…

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Caring for a Parent with Arthritis

Elderly Care in Turlock CA The effects of arthritis vary tremendously from person to person. Arthritis is defined as an inflammation of one or more joints. There are many different types of arthritis with osteoarthritis being the most common among seniors. In fact, more than 50 percent of people over the age of 65 have…

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5 Ways Seniors can Reduce Their Risk of Cancer

Caregiver in Oakland CA Cancer is a common problem among older adults and is expected to rise in numbers among this age group. Fortunately, in today’s technologically advanced world, there are plenty of treatment options available that could completely eliminate the cancerous cells for the elder’s body. If your loved one does not currently have…

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