Archive for March, 2014

Another Helping of…Food Fight?!

Usually, dinner time with seniors is a relatively placid affair as food gets doled out and seniors eat and chat. Even when they head out for lunch or dinner, the results are usually predictable: a laidback meal, talk of bocce or lawn bowling, comparing aches and pains, and then the bill …

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Seniors Showing Change of Political Heart

The Hill, the weekly paper paper written for U.S. Congress, has touched on an important issue: seniors’ political leanings. To anyone in the know this is vital to US politics, it is because seniors will make up the biggest demographic in the United States in just a few years and even still they are overwhelmingly …

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How Do Nursing Homes Get Rated?

The U.S. News has ranked the best nursing homes in the country for this year, but the search for a good home tends to be a subjective one. What works for one person may be totally off base for another, while a third senior yet may be looking for something entirely different. To that extent, …

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Studies Show the Link Between Saturated Fats and Heart Disease May Not be There

Senior citizens are usually tasked with managing an assortment of health problems, with one of them being heart disease. But new research has found that the link between heart disease and eating saturated fats may be more myth than fact.
Saturated Fats: Explained

While it’s fairly common knowledge that saturated fats are one of the “bad” …

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