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Keep it light — 10 steps to managing a health challenge

December 24, 2013

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by Nicky Rolland —  After the age of 40, we are often required to juggle many balls. We not only have to manage our own health, but the health of others as well — our children, spouse, parents or a combination thereof. So, chances are that at some point we will be dealing with ailing […]

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Support for family caregivers a must

September 18, 2012

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by Dr. Leonard Kirschner —  Millions of adults often juggle work and family in order to provide caregiving to an aged and/or ailing loved one. It is estimated that the economic value of family caregiving in the U.S. was about $350 billion for 2006. The economic value of these services in Arizona is estimated to […]

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Signs indicating seniors need assistance

February 25, 2012

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by Kim McCreery —  Inevitably, there will come a time for the vast majority of us when we can no longer maintain healthy and safe lives without the assistance of outside help. And more often than not, the real issue is about the loss of independence. For many seniors, accepting outside help is a scary […]

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