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  • Can You Do Anything About Your Mom’s Thinning Hair? October 18, 2017
    The American Hair Loss Association states women make up 40 percent of people with thinning hair and balding. As many associate balding as being a complaint men face, women tend to stay quiet. Balding in women leads to poor self-esteem and emotional health. Home care professionals can help improve your mom’s emotional health, but there…
    Jami D. Eddy
  • Medical Myths That Stress You Out and the Reality That Should Calm You October 11, 2017
    The older your parents get, the more you worry about their health. Not only are you worried about their health, but you’re worried about your own too. You’d read things that prove concerning. Here’s a look at some of the medical myths you’ve probably heard. Your Mom Has Alzheimer’s, so You Will Too. For years,…
    Jami D. Eddy
  • Three Rules To Keep Your Mom Safe During Her Daily Walk October 4, 2017
    You love that your mom likes to go for long walks every day. You do worry about her safety. Here are three rules your mom should follow when walking to keep her safe. 1. Stay Alert. Your mom should be paying attention to what’s happening in front of her. She’ll want to scan for people…
    Jami D. Eddy
  • Memory Improvement Tips for Seniors September 27, 2017
    When it comes to taking care of elderly parents, you can encourage them to stay active and boost their physical health with a good diet and medical care. But did you know that you can also contribute to their mental health and wellness? It’s not uncommon for seniors to start forgetting things as they grow…
    Jami D. Eddy
  • September is National Skin Care Awareness Month: What Is the Best Way to Care for Elderly Skin? September 20, 2017
    It probably comes as no surprise to hear that skin changes as a person ages. Skin grows thinner and begins to wrinkle. It’s also drier than it was in a person’s younger years, making it itchy and prone to irritation. And then there are those age spots. Oh, and don’t forget the risk of skin…
    Jami D. Eddy
  • Is Frozen Produce Healthy? September 13, 2017
    We all know that fresh fruits and vegetables pack a wealth of nutritional benefits. However, they can also be costly and time consuming to prepare. And, sometimes certain varieties aren’t available depending on the time of the year. As a family caregiver, you may not always have time to clean, peel, and cut fresh produce…
    Jami D. Eddy