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Avoid Getting Sick! Prepping Your Body for Seasonal Change

Posted by Jim Fuller on Aug 7, 2018 10:39:08 AM
Summer is almost over, and with the changing seasons the risk getting sick usually rises. That means this is the perfect time to start prepping your body for prevention so you're less likely to catch a cold or the flu and bounce back faster if you do get a bug. Here are some tips to avoid getting sick as the colder weather arrives:
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Tags: elderly parents, Senor Living Advice, West Seattle doctor appointments

Assisted Living for Couples

Posted by Jim Fuller on Jul 18, 2018 9:31:51 AM
Many couples spend decades as a happily married pair until one or the other faces failing health and their partner becomes overwhelmed by caregiving. Before you encourage your parents to separate due to medical issues take a look at assisted living communities that encourage partners to continue their lives together.
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Tags: elderly parents, Senor Living Advice, Healthy Seniors in West Seattle Living, West Seattle retirement community, retirement community amenities

Making the Most of Technology: Staying In Touch With Your Family in Assisted Living

Posted by Jim Fuller on Jun 21, 2018 12:38:00 PM
One of the biggest worries about moving to assisted living is the fear of isolation and not seeing family members as often as you'd like. Luckily today's technology has made this a thing of the past!
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Tags: Seniors and Technology, Senior Education, Senor Living Advice

Great Recipes to Promote a Healthy Heart for Your Favorite West Seattle Senior

Posted by Jim Fuller on Mar 27, 2017 7:59:00 AM
Keeping your heart healthy is essential to live a full, productive life, especially as one gets older. One way to fight heart disease is by eating the right foods and avoiding the wrong ones. Here are a few suggestions of recipes that are good for the heart (and the taste buds).
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Working out Can Help with Alzheimer's Risk

Posted by Jim Fuller on Mar 14, 2017 9:03:00 AM
Did you know exercise can reduce your chances of getting Alzheimer's? Recent studies by the Cleveland clinic have shown just that: there's a direct connection between regular workouts and brain activity, and even the size of the brain area called the hippocampus, which shrinks from the disease, is normalized when you work out regularly.
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Tags: Senor Living Advice, Alzheimers

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