A Winter Tale

A Winter Tale
Grandpa was telling his young grandson what life was like when he
was a boy.

“In the winter we’d ice skate on our pond. In the summer we could
swim in the pond, and pick berries in the woods. We’d swing on an
old tire my dad hung from a tree on a rope. And we had a pony we
rode all ov…
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5 Smart Tips for Preserving Brain Health

5 Smart Tips for Preserving Brain Health

Everyone knows aerobic exercise gets the heart pumping and
lifting weights keeps muscles strong. But when it comes to
keeping the brain healthy, most people are unsure what to do.

As you age, brain health and maintaining memory functions becomes
a top concern. Turns out, these iss…
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Traveling with Alzheimer’s: Tips to Make Your Holiday Visit Successful

Traveling with Alzheimer's: Tips to Make Your Holiday Visit Successful
If you are visiting family or friends this holiday season, taking
your loved one who has Alzheimer’s along may present some
challenges. Below are some tips for making that time away from
home less stressful and more enjoyable for all:

Be calm and quiet. Don’t use a loud voice or talk to…
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End the Holidays Feeling Less Stressed, More Healthy

End the Holidays Feeling Less Stressed, More Healthy
We’ve all done it: We’ve overindulged, over-committed, and slept
too little from Thanksgiving till January 2. We’ve been exhausted
and testy and have snapped at loved ones, adding stress on top of
stress. We’ve gone into the New Year with fierce resolutions for
taking better care of ourse…
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The How and Why of Creating a Family Health History

The How and Why of Creating a Family Health History
A family health history is a written record of a family’s health.
It contains information about a family’s medical conditions,
lifestyle habits (for example, whether anyone in the family has
smoked), and where and how family members grew up. It’s like a
family tree for health.

You can…
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An Unexpected Answer for Holiday Overeating

An Unexpected Answer for Holiday Overeating
We are all guilty of occasional overeating (especially during the
holidays), which can cause abdominal discomfort and pain. Poor
eating habits contribute to digestive disorders and can interfere
with the normal function of the digestive system. According to
Mayo Clinic, massage is …
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Installing a Power Stair Lift May Come with a Tax Advantage

Installing a Power Stair Lift May Come with a Tax Advantage
Have you had an injury, surgery or other condition that prevents
you from using stairs?

There is a solution that will allow you to remain in your home.
Power Stair Lifts are incredible versatile and easy to install.
Plus, if your doctor prescribes a stair lift or vertical lift for
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