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Tender Hearts Cincinnati Home Care Team on January 24th, 2013

Forgetfulness comes with old age, or so everyone believes. So then how is it that an individual can tell what is a normal “senior moment” and what is a more serious sign of Alzheimer’s Disease? 1. Confusion About Time And Place. An individual who becomes disorientated in the middle of a task, activity, or event […]

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Tender Hearts Cincinnati Home Care Team on January 24th, 2013

Living with any form of Arthritis can be very bothersome for people who suffer from it. Arthritis is described as an inflammation of the joints, which stems from different conditions such as infection or trauma. It can be classified as: Rheumatoid, Psoriatic, Septic or Osteoarthritis. Although there are different forms of Arthritis, pain is usually […]

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Tender Hearts Cincinnati Home Care Team on May 8th, 2012

Caring for a loved one is rewarding in many ways, and can often strengthen a relationship between a caregiver and the person receiving care. However, studies have shown that it can also be a stressful experience that can impact other relationships in the caregiver’s life.  Even though caregiving is an incredibly hard task, taking a […]

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Tender Hearts Cincinnati Home Care Team on May 8th, 2012

Chocolate. It’s often the way to a mother’s heart. And studies show that eating more of it may actually be beneficial. A British study suggests that eating chocolate, preferably organic chocolate with at least 72% cacao, can boost vision and spatial memory in both young and older patients.  A different study, published in 2011 in […]

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Tender Hearts Cincinnati Home Care Team on March 21st, 2012

t’s no secret that exercise keeps our bodies and minds young and healthy. However, a new study shows that seniors who incorporate interactive video games into their workouts see even bigger benefits than just exercise alone. Assistant professor of psychology at Union College in Schenectady, NY, Cay Anderson-Hanley, stated that for older adults, virtual-reality enhanced […]

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Tender Hearts Cincinnati Home Care Team on March 21st, 2012

Aspirin is great for soothing headaches and is also recommended to lower the risk of heart attack in some patients. However, daily aspirin use may double a senior’s risk of developing the “wet” form of age-related macular degeneration, a debilitating eye disease. A European study published in the January issue ofOphthalmology noted that about one-third of […]

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Tender Hearts Cincinnati Home Care Team on March 21st, 2012

Having difficulty understanding how Alzheimer’s disease progresses? This brief animated YouTube video illustrates the different stages of the disease and shows exactly what happens in a brain with Alzheimer’s.

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Tender Hearts Cincinnati Home Care Team on November 23rd, 2011

The Baby Boomer generation is changing the landscape of America’s suburbs. As the first generation of people to be born and raised in what we now call “Suburbia,” census statistics show most Boomers have no intent on moving elsewhere as they age. This poses some unique challenges for local governments as they are beginning to […]

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Tender Hearts Cincinnati Home Care Team on November 23rd, 2011

The changes people face as they age can lead to anxiety. Though this anxiousness help people determine the presence of a potential threat, if they remain unchecked and untreated, they will affect more than just a person’s mood. Excessive anxiety can dramatically impact a person’s life. Its consequences will prevent the possibility of enjoying the […]

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Tender Hearts Cincinnati Home Care Team on November 2nd, 2011

Older people age at different rates. While some drivers are as safe at 80 as they were at 40, others might consider giving up driving by 70. Driving is a complex task and countless factors affect an older person’s safety behind the wheel. Requiring many systems, both physical and mental, a person should be able […]

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