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Mobility, strength and flexibility are key to independence

Morning Vs. Night: When’s The Best Time To Take Vitamins?

Collaborative Post With so many types of vitamins out there, it’s often difficult to keep up with how and when to take them. Whether you’re taking a few different supplements or starting out with something new, this guide will take you through the best times of day to take your vitamins. Please note that this […]

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5 tips to feel good when you’re staying home for the summer

Collaborative Post The rules around what we can and can’t do around travel and vacations are changing at a rapid pace. The chances are though that our older family members won’t all feel entirely comfortable about a holiday away from home for a while to come. So how can we and they get back that […]

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Why and how to exercise at home in later years

Physical activity of any sort is highly recommended for everyone at any age. Even when gym workouts seem far behind us, keeping moving is important. Exercise is cited as an important tool in protecting hearts, joints and our immune systems. It can help diabetics with their blood sugar levels, promote better sleeping patterns and increase […]

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Why regular walks are good for you and your parent

Written by Rebecca Lenton If you read certain newspapers or visit the BBC’s news website regularly you’ll know there’s a constant stream of studies reporting on the efficacy of various lifestyle regimes. We’ve gathered a few together that suggest that taking time out for a walk every day is a very good idea. Preventing dementia […]

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