Diabetes is a disease in which your blood sugar levels are too high. The sugary ingredient that is mixed with your blood is glucose and it usually comes from the foods you eat. And, there is a hormone called Insulin which helps the glucose to get into your cells to give them energy. Type 1…

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One of the very few exercises that work your complete body heat to toe is swimming. This form of exercise is prominent for it is a great way to gain agility, flexibility, strength, and endurance while you are enjoying your time with friends or family, or even alone to relax and have some “me” time.…

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For elderly people, an accident or fall in the house can have lasting and serious consequences. Around 75% of accidents in homes for the elderly people involve a fall and often take place in the kitchen or bathroom. The following tips can help in preventing falls and avoiding injury in your senior’s home. Determine Problem…

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Disability and older age can have an impact on how you socialize and take part in activities. For elderly people who have dementia and disabled adults recreational and social activity may sometimes be difficult. More mobility limitations mean more activity restrictions. However, social activity is an essential aspect to maintain a healthy quality of life…

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