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Understanding Medicare’s Parts And Coverage

When you turn 65, you are now eligible to apply for Medicare coverage. You can choose from a variety of Medicare options. If you already have additional health insurance, you may only need Part A coverage. If you do not have coverage through your spouse or from another provider, you should look over your choices carefully to determine what you need. Medicare Part A The Medicare Part A plan is considered hospital insurance, and this plan is free. Read More 

Save Your Teeth By Flossing The Right Way

Flossing your teeth daily does more than just making sure that your teeth stay healthy. It can also affect your body's health. Flossing your teeth may help prevent things like diabetes and Alzheimer's. However, flossing's most visible effect is on your teeth and gums. Getting rid of the food particles and the bacteria that grows on those will help protect your teeth from cavities and your gums from gum disease.  Teeth's Multiple Sides Read More 

Improving Communication With A Parent That Has Dementia

Caring for a parent at home becomes more complicated when signs of dementia set in. Loss of short-term memory and speech difficulties make communicating with your parent challenging. To improve the communication, you and the in-home senior care workers can change the way you talk with your parent. These tips create a space around your parent that let them better focus on speaking with you. 1. Approach Your Parent With a Positive Attitude Read More 

Watch For These Four Unusual Allergy Symptoms

Most everyone is aware of the most common symptoms of allergies. For example, if you have hay fever, then you are going to experience problems like headaches, sneezing, and a runny nose. Hives and skins rashes are also symptoms most of us recognize as often being allergy-related. But in some cases, allergies produce unusual symptoms you might not necessarily associate with an allergic reaction. This article examines four of these atypical signs that you have developed a sensitivity to an allergenic substance or product. Read More 

Positive Effects Of Chiropractic Care For Senior Citizens

If you've reached your senior citizen years and you've still never been to a chiropractor, you may be hesitant to see one now even though you're dealing with chronic back pain. There's no better time than the present to schedule your appointment. Chiropractic therapy is especially beneficial for people in your general age group for a few particular reasons. What to Expect During Chiropractic Treatment You might have an image of a chiropractic doctor as a back-cracker, performing rapid adjustments to the neck and spine. Read More