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Sep
14

Hypertension & High Blood Pressure

There are many different kinds of heart disease, but hypertension (long-term high blood pressure) is one of the most common heart issues. According to the American Heart Association , one out of every three adults in the United States has high blood pressure. Twenty percent of adults with hypertension don't know they have it. Because it has no obvi...
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Aug
29

Here’s Why You Should Consider Assisted Living Now

For many seniors, living in the home where they raised their children holds years of wonderful memories. It can be a tough decision to move into an assisted living apartment, but the right choice for lots of older Americans. There are lots of reasons why older people move to smaller living spaces. They may not have the energy, desire or physical ab...
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Aug
15

What is the Difference Between Independent Living and Assisted Living?

Our society is very fortunate that we have multiple living options for people as they age. As children move out and the upkeep of a large home, garage and lawn become too much trouble for older adults, they have many choices. It may also be that seniors want more freedom to travel, or simply want to downsize to save expenses. Independent living, su...
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Jul
25

Caregiving & Respite Care Options at Evergreen Senior Living

Caregiving Caring for an elderly or ill loved one is a major responsibility. It is one of the most rewarding, complicated and exhausting jobs a person can undertake. The Pew Research Center reports that there are over 40 million unpaid caregivers in the United States. Most of those people are providing care to relatives age 65 and older. As the sil...
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Jul
11

The Legacy: Memory Support at Evergreen

Memory loss is something we all experience from time to time. A certain degree of decline in cognitive thinking skills is normal for many people as we age. However, mild cognitive impairment does not affect a person's ability to function or interact socially. A more serious concern is when the memory loss is a result of Alzheimer's disease or other...
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