It’s officially springtime! And although you may not be feeling the warmer weather yet, you can still plan for brighter days. Why not start with a garden? Besides looking nice and providing healthier foods, maintaining a garden can also improve your health. Working in the garden on a daily basis has been proven to relieve stress, improve mental health, boost exercise, and improve nutrition.
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Here you will find helpful tips, loving advice, and useful information to make caring for an aging loved one a bit easier.
The days are longer and the weather is getting warmer. Sounds divine, right? Unfortunately for some, warmer weather can also mean runny noses, itchy eyes, scratchy throats, and agitated ears. Gone is the winter cold, but here are the dreaded are seasonal allergies.
There’s no better way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day than with these delicious, nutritious, and GREEN foods! And we don’t mean just vegetables! Take a look at some of these healthy St. Patty’s Day treats that are sure to get people of all ages in the leprechaun spirit!
With spring right around the corner, it’s time to start planning a few fun activities for you and your aging loved ones! Longer days and warmer weather means more time for you and your loved ones to spend time outdoors. These activities are perfect for senior citizens who wish to enjoy springy days with little physical demand.
It’s time to get your aging loved ones springing into action! What’s a better way to prepare than a little light stretching? We’ve complied five easy stretches for seniors that can be physically and mentally helpful for all.