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High Blood Pressure Education Month: Tips to Lower Blood Pressure

High Blood Pressure Education Month: Tips to Lower Blood Pressure
High Blood Pressure Education Month: Tips to Lower Blood Pressure

May is High Blood Pressure Education Month. It is important to understand the dangers and to know how to manage high blood pressure once diagnosed. Keep...

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High Blood Pressure Education Month: Tips to Lower Blood Pressure
High Blood Pressure Education Month: Tips to Lower Blood Pressure

May is High Blood Pressure Education Month. It is important to understand the dangers and to know how to manage high blood pressure once diagnosed. Keep your heart safe by making sure you have regularly scheduled appointments with your doctor to get a...

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Handicap Accessible Outdoor Activities Near the Appleton/Green Bay Area
Handicap Accessible Outdoor Activities Near the Appleton/Green Bay Area

Nature has plenty to offer to those who seek it, from its lovely landscapes to its brilliant creatures and fun outdoor activities. For individuals with a disability, finding the right outdoor activities to allow you to enjoy all that nature has to offer...

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Who Should Use a Stair Lift?
Who Should Use a Stair Lift?

Stair lifts provide a safe alternative to get from floor to floor. When stairs become difficult to navigate due to weakness, limited mobility, lack of stability, or serious injury, a stair lift might be the option for you. Who should use a stair lift?...

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Top Tips for Staying Safe in the Bathroom
Top Tips for Staying Safe in the Bathroom

When it comes to staying safe in the bathroom, the #1 thing you can focus on is prevention. By preventing falls, you will be able to age in your home safely and maintain your independence. Here, we’ll give you some top tips on how you can stay safe...

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Bathroom Safety

How to Decide Which Bathing Seat Is Best For You
How to Decide Which Bathing Seat Is Best For You

Did you know, the most dangerous room in your home is the bathroom? And from those injuries, most occur in the shower or bath, trying to stand, sit, or slipping and falling on a water-soaked floor. So, when it comes to aging in your home, the risk of...

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Bathroom Safety

How Compression Socks Help with Heart Failure
How Compression Socks Help with Heart Failure

With February being American Heart Month, we wanted to be sure to spread the good word about a product that can help treat heart failure – compression socks. While many people are aware of how compression socks can help with edema, pregnancy swelling,...

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5 Ways to Live a Heart-Healthy Life as You Age
5 Ways to Live a Heart-Healthy Life as You Age

It’s never too late to make that change to better your health, especially when it comes to bettering your heart health. In honor of February being American Heart Month, we wanted to show you why and how you can live a heart-healthy life so you can...

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Top Exercises for Those with Limited Mobility
Top Exercises for Those with Limited Mobility

While aging and limited mobility can make a lot of things more difficult for you, getting in your exercise doesn’t have to be. There are many types of exercises that can help you stay healthy and active, no matter how mobile you are. Remember:...

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Exercises, Health, Limited Mobility Exercises

New Year, New Health Goals: Top Resolutions for Aging Adults
New Year, New Health Goals: Top Resolutions for Aging Adults

Making resolutions each year can help us live a healthier, fulfilling life – but as we all know, many resolutions can be hard to withstand for the whole year or for years to come. In fact, many resolutions don’t even...

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Aging Adults, Health, Health Goals, New Year Resolutions

5 Winter Health and Safety Tips
5 Winter Health and Safety Tips

The days are shorter. The weather is colder. It all means one thing: winter has officially arrived. If you’re a native of the Midwest, you may think you know what it takes to prepare yourself for the winter. Maybe you have a winter checklist. But...

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Health Tips, Safety Tips, Winter