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Preventing Shoulder Injuries as Part of Senior Health

Because of straining, muscle weakening, and decreased flexibility, seniors are more likely to tear a muscle or two. Shoulder injuries are one of the most common injuries among seniors. When we reach our 50s, it doesn’t take much to acquire shou...

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Tips for Seniors to Stay Healthy During the Holidays

As the holiday season approaches, seniors start to mark their calendars for various social gatherings and events. Hence, the holidays can be a challenging period for seniors, especially those who need to keep an eye on their health. In addition to re...

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Long-Term Care Arrangement for Seniors at Home

If you think your senior loved one requires long-term care at home because of their underlying health condition or if they have limited mobility because of their disability or injury, Castle Comfort Homecare LLC has the support you seek. We are the p...

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Making Halloween a Fun and Safe Holiday

Halloween equals sweet, sugary treats. When handing out treats to your elderly relative, make sure that they are delicious and nutritious at the same time. Save the chocolate and candy for the trick-or-treaters! Castle Comfort Homecare LLC, a trusted...

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Keeping Up with Your Social Health

Having good social health has many advantages. Lower rates of anxiety and depression, more self-esteem, more empathy, and closer relationships are among its benefits. That said, even as they age, seniors must maintain healthy companionship with famil...

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Early Signs That Could Point to Mobility Issues in Seniors

As we age, our bodies are not as strong or flexible as they once were. This, along with other factors can put seniors at risk for falls. With over 36 million falls reported among seniors each year, it is important to identify when an elderly loved on...

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