Aware Senior Care Blog

How to Live a Healthy Lifestyle to Make Disease Disappear
How to Live a Healthy Lifestyle to Make Disease Disappear

“How to Make Disease Disappear” by Dr. Rangan Chatterjee is an amazing, practical guide on how to live a healthy lifestyle. It has advice you can implement immediately on a day to day basis, resulting in health benefits in both the short and long term.

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Want to Feel Happy and Healthy? Why Seniors Should Volunteer
Want to Feel Happy and Healthy? Why Seniors Should Volunteer

For the elderly, who often see the number of family and friends diminish as the years go by, staying connected is actually just as important as physical exercise. Why seniors should volunteer:

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Living Well Isn't Just for the Home: Healthy at the Office
Living Well Isn't Just for the Home: Healthy at the Office

Living Well at Home isn't just advice we give to seniors and their loved ones. It's something we practice on a daily basis. For us, a healthy diet in the office is vital to living and working well.

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Consider your Health: Overnight care for the Elderly
Consider your Health: Overnight care for the Elderly

Family caregivers struggling to balance taking care of a loved one and their every day responsibilities may be losing sleep and hurting themselves in the long-term. Families should consider overnight care of an elderly loved one.

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Brain-Boosting Foods That Fight Dementia
Brain-Boosting Foods That Fight Dementia

There are things you can do to help prevent the onset of dementia. The foods you eat play a part in the fight against dementia. This list helps you get started.

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How to Help the Elderly during the Holidays in Wake County
How to Help the Elderly during the Holidays in Wake County

Aware Senior Care has put together this holiday volunteer guide with opportunities to assist the elderly, such as caregiving and support for those caring for a loved one with alzheimer's.

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Move Well and Think Well at Home
Move Well and Think Well at Home

What’s a good way to have a positive impact on staving off the effects of Alzheimer’s disease and at the same time, help you stay stronger and reduce the potential from a fall? A good answer would be to think and exercise at the same time!

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Eat Well at Home
Eat Well at Home

Pooja Chilukuri, Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and Certified Health Coach, graciously contributed to our Wellness Blog discussing the 5 R’s of eating healthy - Eat Real foods not processed food like substances, Reduce Exposure to pesticides and chemical additives, Reduce Sugar Intake, Remove Trans Fats and Ramp up the Phytonutrients.

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7 Easy Ways Seniors Can Eat Healthier
7 Easy Ways Seniors Can Eat Healthier

Tim Murray contributes to a Caring.com article on how seniors can eat healthier and live longer with good nutritional information and habits.

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Three Important Nutrition Tips to Consider in Aged Care
Three Important Nutrition Tips to Consider in Aged Care

Renan of Oxley Home Care discusses three nutritional tips that are vital to seniors as they consider what they need for their diets.

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