A Story of Compassionate Care

07 August 2019 | Seniors

Many people are uncomfortable talking about the inevitability of death. When a loved one is seriously ill, it is natural to focus on the hope that medical services will preserve […]

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Is it time for a bone density screening?

  Women 65 and older are at greater risk for problems with their bones, which is why most doctors recommend annual bone density screenings for osteoporosis beginning at age 65. […]

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Is it Parkinson’s Disease? 10 types of symptoms

10 March 2017 | Health and Wellness, Seniors

  Parkinson’s disease is a progressive disorder of the nervous system that affects movement. Symptoms and signs may vary from person to person, and early signs may be mild or […]

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Depression is Not a Normal Part of Growing Older

10 March 2017 | Seniors

Depression is a true and treatable medical condition, not a normal part of aging. Depression is not just having “the blues” or the emotions we feel when grieving the loss […]

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