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Dealing with Your Senior’s Diabetic Foot Ulcers

Foot ulcers result from neglecting proper diet, exercise, and insulin treatments in diabetic patients. These are formed as a result of skin tissues breaking down and exposing the layers underneath.   These are commonly found under the big...

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Self-Care at Home After a Stroke

You’re probably very eager to get back to living normally after a stroke. However, there are a lot of adjustments that you need to make, whether for the short or long term. Home health care in San Antonio, Texas lists down ways you can care...

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Keeping Motivation Up During Quarantine

The impact of the global pandemic differs from person to person. However, the only thing we know for sure is that it has made everyone crave interactions. More often than not, it has left people demotivated and lonely, including the elderly....

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Ensuring Seniors Have Their Essential Vitamins

Our body goes through changes as we age. Along with this is the change in our metabolism and nutrient absorption. Seniors are prone to gaining weight as they easily absorb excess fat. However, they are often still malnourished as they find it...

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Meal Prepping for Seniors-Balanced Nutrition

Our bodies’ needs and functions change as we age, and so does our metabolism. For this reason, senior nutrition requires more attention and meal planning to make sure that they are getting enough nutrients in their meals while getting less...

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Ensuring Home Safety for Your Senior Loved Ones

As our bodies age, we are restricted from doing various things. Movement can become a challenge, especially when one has stiff joints and fragile bones. Without the help of a home health care in San Antonio, Texas, aging in place can be...

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