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The best way to honor an older friend or loved one during the Christmas Season may be to help them with the everyday tasks most of us take on this time of year:
Just like most everyone else in America, older adults experience stress, the tension you feel when faced with a situation that you can’t control or threatens you in some way. Stress is your “Fight or Flight” response that pumps extra adrenaline into your system. This causes your heart to pound, your muscles to tense up and your breathing to get faster. Some stress is okay and may even help you to better face a difficult situation. But too much stress can be both unpleasant and unhealthy.
When Thanksgiving comes around each year, many of us may think about turkey and trimmings -- in short, we are focused on the food.
To All Veterans -- Although words are never enough, thank you for your service and sacrifice! No matter what branch or which war, it is because of you, we are a free nation.
Alzheimer’s Disease was first discovered in 1906 by a German physician, Dr. Alois Alzheimers. Little was known about the disease until the Alzheimer’s Association was established. Through the work of the Association not only has awareness increased but so has funding for research and services to Alzheimer patients and their families.
This Saturday, Journey through Aging's Joel Wrobbel will speak with the experts about how to deal with caring for someone who lives with Alzheimer's. Journey Through Aging is sponsored by Ohio Presbyterian Retirement Services (OPRS)
Most of us take a summons for jury duty seriously, but enough people skip out on their civic duty that a new and ominous kind of fraud has surfaced.
When we think of attitude, we think of sayings such as “Have an Attitude of Gratitude” or “Count Your Blessings”. But as it turns out, those are more than just bumper-sticker sayings or cross-stitch quotations. Research has shown over and over again that having a positive attitude helps us to live longer, happier lives.