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Fall Prevention and Safety for Seniors

While it may appear to be an accidental mishap, falls can indicate poor health and a decline in functioning. Falls are a major public health problem, yet they are not inevitable for aging adults. In reality, there are various ways of preventing falls...

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All About Back Pain and More

People say that back pain is a sign of aging. It is always associated with old age as our bones and joints get weak and old too at that point. Seniors experience it after sitting, standing, bending, carrying heavy things, traveling, or driving from a...

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Women’s Month Special: Most Prevalent Illnesses Impacting Women

This March, we are celebrating Women’s Month. And to show our utmost concern to our elderly mothers and grandmas under Senior Care in Texas, we would like to emphasize their health concerns. There are health conditions that only women can have....

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Foods You Need to Incorporate in Your Senior’s Diet

No matter what age, we all need to have a healthy relationship with food. Some people might tell you to avoid sugary drinks and other processed foods entirely. That should not be the case. The problem here is not what you eat, but how often you eat t...

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Speech Therapy: Not Just for Talking Problems

Speech therapy, as the title suggests, is not just for problems with how a person talks. In fact, this type of therapy is used to address how a person communicates. Most of the time, speech therapy is commonly used for children with speaking challeng...

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Physical Therapy Can Improve Seniors’ Mobility

CDC defines mobility as “the ability to get where you want to go, when you want to go there.” It adds that many people make financial plans for retirement, but not everyone plans for mobility changes that may come with age. Seniors need mobility ...

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