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      • How Fiber Will Make You Healthier September 12, 2017
        Senior Nutrition and Wellness: Most people know that fiber is very important for your health. The most commonly heard benefit from fiber is that it helps keep your bowel movements regular. This is very important, however, fiber has many more effects on your body. It can help you lose weight, fight off colds, control blood […]
        Oscar Isacsson, M.S., CSCS
      • Performance and Health Benefits from Coffee August 3, 2017
        Senior Nutrition and Wellness: If you're planning on going to the gym try taking two large cups of coffee beforehand. In a study on lifters, the groups were split up into taking, coffee, decaf coffee, caffeine pills, and placebos. The group that performed the best in the before and after testing was the group that […]
        Oscar Isacsson, M.S., CSCS

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      • Identity Theft Protection – What Seniors Need To Know To Protect Themselves July 6, 2016
        Identity theft is a growing concern for most people, but seniors have increasingly become specific targets for this type of theft. Tax returns and medical statements often turn out to be the source of vulnerability. The post Identity Theft Protection – What Seniors Need To Know To Protect Themselves appeared first on Approved Senior Network.
        Valerie VanBooven RN BSN
      • Finding The Most Reliable Medical Alert System May 6, 2016
        If the majority of these mature adults intend on staying in their own houses, it's very likely that the medical alert business will become increasingly overpopulated with service providers. The post Finding The Most Reliable Medical Alert System appeared first on Approved Senior Network.
        Valerie VanBooven RN BSN

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      • The Benefits of Learning Technology When Alzheimer’s Has Been Diagnosed September 25, 2017
        Alzheimer's Care Arlington TN-By learning about technology, how to use a computer for the first time, or even how to connect with others through video teleconferencing can stimulate the mind and that can slow down the progression of memory loss, at least to some degree (Fisher Center for Alzheimer’s Research Foundation). The post The Benefits […]
        Walter L. Black, MBA, CSA
      • How to Spot Emotional Fatigue as a Family Caregiver September 19, 2017
        There are so many things in life that can tire a person out. Most of us have gotten physically and emotionally worn out at various times, whether it was constant studying for intensive exams in college, deadlines that never seemed to end at work, raising children, dealing with illnesses among family members, and much more.… […]
        Tracy Clark