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The Far-Reaching Effects of a Loved One’s Cancer Diagnosis

Posted on July 18, 2022 - When a person is diagnosed with cancer, loved ones often step in to offer support—but they should be mindful of their own needs, as well. University of Washington experts offer advice for friends who want to support these caregivers.

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Understanding End-of-Life Setting Options

Posted on July 13, 2022 - If you could choose where you wanted to spend your final days, where would that be? Whatever the preference or circumstances of someone who is nearing the end of their life, understanding the care setting options is key to creating a plan that helps ensure the greatest comfort for the individual and their family.

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How Family Caregivers Can Deal With Aging Parents' Accumulation of ‘Stuff’

Posted on July 11, 2022 - Is it time to downsize? AARP offers tips for family caregivers who are helping older loved ones deal with a lifetime of accumulated possessions.

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10 Tips for Senior Cyclists

Posted on July 6, 2022 - These days, a growing number of older adults are hopping on their bikes for exercise and transportation. For many seniors, cycling is the perfect exercise. It is kind to both our joints and the environment. It provides the type of exercise that builds heart health and stamina and improves the mood. With today’s increasingly clogged city streets, cyclists might reach their destination faster than if they were inching along in traffic.

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Myths and Facts About Sleep

Posted on July 5, 2022 - How much do you know about healthy sleep? The Sleep Foundation dispels some myths

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