lifestyle-changes-reduce-diabetes-risk

Month: October 2017

Left untreated, diabetes can lead to complications such as heart problems, stroke, eye disease, kidney failure, and foot amputation. Fortunately, diabetes can be prevented. With


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warning-signs-risks-stroke-elderly

Month: October 2017

Can you tell if someone is at risk of stroke? While there’s no way of really telling that someone will have a stroke sooner or


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elderly-stroke-big-hearts-adult-daycare

Month: October 2017

Many elderly people are at risk for stroke. Perhaps you already have a parent who have suffered a minor or major stroke in the past.


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stress-caring-elderly-parents

Month: October 2017

Taking care of your elderly parents can be very demanding and can give you a great deal of stress. You have to be on your


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caring-elderly-parent-cancer

Month: October 2017

Taking care of an elderly loved one with cancer can give you a mix of overwhelming emotions. There’s sadness for their condition, a little pity,


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big-hearts-basics-assisted-living

Month: October 2017

Big Hearts provides quality adult daycare and assisted living services for the elderly and for frail adults with special needs. But what makes assisted living


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reasons-elderly-care-important

Month: October 2017

Eventually, your parents become older. They become sick, weak and frail. With their conditions come the need for more attention, more love, more understanding, and


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warning-signs-elderly-abuse

Month: October 2017

Elderly abuse is a reality that many seniors in our country are, unfortunately, subjected to by people and institutions supposed to care for them. However,


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maintaining-their-dignity-elderly-big-hearts

Month: October 2017

Caring for an elderly loved one can be challenging. Whether they are your parents, grandparents or relatives, being their caregiver doesn’t just mean you have


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home-safety-tips-for-elderly

Month: October 2017

Many Filipinos care for their elderly parents at home. This is perhaps due to our culture and close-knit family relationships. However, elderly people have changing


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