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January 30, 2019

More than 1 in 3 people age 65 years and older falls each year, according to the National Institute on Aging. Major risk factors for falling include muscle weakness and problems with balance. Exercise programs aimed at improving balance help reduce falls that cause injuries by 37 percent, reduce falls leading to serious injuries by 43 percent, and reduce broken bones by 61 percent, according to a study highlighted in an article published by Harvard Health Publishing, Harvard Medical School. 

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April 11, 2018

Osteoporosis affects 1 in 4 women ages 65 and over, and is more common in women than in men (osteoporosis affects 1 in 17 men ages 65 and over), according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Many people with osteoporosis do not know that they have osteoporosis until they break a bone.

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October 31, 2017

UTIs are more common in older women and men. Factors that cause UTIs to develop in older adults include:

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March 31, 2017

The beauty of the spring season is here, and with the arrival of colorful, fragrant flowering buds and blooming trees comes the coughing, sneezing and congestion that follows, as seasonal allergy season is officially upon us. Also known as hay fever and allergic rhinitis, seasonal allergies can dampen your spring season. Mayo Clinic offers a few tips to help you and your family combat allergy season this year:

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December 29, 2016

Are you still looking for the perfect holiday gift for your senior parent? Here at SYNERGY HomeCare Corona, Riverside and Anaheim Hills, we believe that the gift of health and wellness is the best gift for your senior parent this holiday season. If your senior parent is struggling to live a happy, independent life in their home, consider providing them with the gift of in-home care this holiday.

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December 16, 2016

Alzheimer's disease is a type of dementia that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior.Symptoms usually develop slowly and get worse over time, becoming severe enough to interfere with daily tasks. In 2013, more than 5 million Americans were living with Alzheimer’s disease. By 2050, this number is projected to rise to 14 million Americans.

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October 03, 2016

There’s a reason why the phrase, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away,” is well known and often voiced – apples provide numerous health benefits.

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August 29, 2016

Exercise doesn’t have to be strenuous, or even complicated. Research shows that a daily walk can lead to numerous health benefits, helping you.

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March 03, 2015

If your senior parent struggles with preparing fresh, healthy meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner, encourage them to buy frozen fruits and vegetables to incorporate into simple, nutritious meals. Frozen fruits and vegetables act as healthy substitutes for fresh – here’s why:

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March 02, 2015

Even the most mild of winters can encourage us to neglect our homes. Embrace this year’s shift from winter to spring and prepare your home for a beautiful spring season.

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February 25, 2015

Grapefruit is an undervalued super food, as it mostly makes our palates salivate and cheeks pucker at the very sight of its sour, bitter existence. But, this hybrid fruit, bred by the unity of a pomelo and an orange, offers a plethora of health benefits. Research shows that grapefruit can help strengthen the body’s immune system, boost metabolism, reduce kidney stones risk, fight gum disease, protect against certain cancers and reduce stress, according to an article published by Medical Daily. Listed below is a breakdown of this sour, but sometimes sweet, fruit.

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February 24, 2015

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women, with about 610,000 deaths in the United States each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 740,000 Americans suffer from a heart attack each year. 

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January 31, 2015

California Department of Public Health officials reported 79 confirmed measles cases in the state – 52 of those cases are linked to an outbreak at Disneyland. Measles is a highly contagious viral disease that is preventable through vaccinations, according to CDPH. CDPH recommends that individuals receive two doses of measles-containing vaccine (MMR vaccine) to prevent infection, especially if the individual plans to travel or congregate in crowded areas such as airports, shopping malls and tourist attractions and resorts, such as Disneyland.

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January 29, 2015

Early data suggest that the current 2014-15 flu season may be more severe than initially expected, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. CDC urges immediate vaccination for anyone currently unvaccinated, especially people 65 and older and children.

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January 28, 2015

Falls are the leading cause of both fatal and nonfatal injuries among older adults, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Each year, millions of adults ages 65 and older fall, which can cause moderate to severe injuries including hip fractures and head trauma. One out of three people ages 65 and older fall each year, but less than half report the fall to their healthcare provider, according to the CDC.

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January 22, 2014

Now that 2014 has begun there is still time to make New Year’s Resolutions if you haven’t already. The New Year is a great time to reflect on the past year and make resolutions based on aspects in your life that you would like to improve. Many people see no point in making resolutions and may not “believe” in the idea and it’s no wonder.  According to researcher Richard Wiseman 88% of all those who set resolutions in America fail. However, identifying a change that you would like to make and then deciding to do something about it can change your life for the better. This article includes the history of New Year’s resolutions, common resolutions and suggestions on how to be more successful in achieving your New Year’s resolution.

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November 01, 2013

The term diet has, in my opinion, evolved over time from meaning quite simply what we regularly ate for nourishment to its current meaning, weight loss.  Now, I think pretty much all of us in the United States relate to this last definition that a diet is viewed as a method for weight loss.  The word diet is usually associated with a negative connotation and words like “calorie counting”, “restrictions” and “deprivation” and the like.  There always seems to be a new fad diet popping up.  Some of which you may have heard include:  the Atkins Diet, the grapefruit diet, the Zone diet, the South Beach diet, and the Hollywood Miracle diet just to name a few.  Some are pragmatic and others are outlandishly ridiculous.  Regardless of the type of diet, studies show that diets do not work in the long term.    

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September 09, 2013

Have you ever eaten donuts or candy and noticed that you feel energetic at first and then end up feeling lethargic?  When this happens to people, who are unaware that the high amount of sugar in the food they just ate is the reason for their sudden drop in energy, they reach for another sweet or high carbohydrate food.  This can start a “sugar cycle” and causes blood sugar (glucose) to bounce from high to low repeatedly and affects your well being and energy levels.  This often happens because too much insulin is produced in response to sugary foods, and this excess insulin causes blood sugar levels to drop below normal, resulting in low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) and fatigue.  On the other hand, when your food choices help you maintain consistent normal blood sugar levels, you feel great and have the energy you need to enjoy active days.

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August 07, 2013

Did you know that your oral health can offer clues about your overall health or that problems in your mouth can affect the rest of your body?  When your mouth is healthy, chances are your overall health is also good.  Like many areas of the body, your mouth is teeming with bacteria - most of them harmless.  Normally the body's natural defenses and good oral health care, such as daily brushing and flossing, can keep these bacteria under control.  However, without proper oral hygiene, bacteria can reach levels that might lead to oral infections, such as tooth decay and gum disease.   In addition, certain medications such as decongestants, antihistamines, painkillers and diuretics can reduce saliva flow. Saliva washes away food and neutralizes acids produced by bacteria in the mouth, helping to protect you from microbial invasion or overgrowth that might lead to disease.  Studies also suggest that oral bacteria and the inflammation associated with periodontitis, a severe form of gum disease, might play a role in some diseases.  (Mayo Clinic)

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July 30, 2013

The World Hepatitis Alliance is working in partnership with the World Health Organization (WHO) to celebrate the 6th World Hepatitis Day to spread awareness about hepatitis.  According to the World Hepatitis Alliance, shockingly 500 million people worldwide are living with either chronic hepatitis B or C.  While this is far higher than the prevalence of HIV or any cancer, awareness is inexplicably low and the majority of those infected are unaware.  The World Hepatitis Alliance hopes that World Hepatitis Day will prompt people to think about the huge scale of viral hepatitis infection globally, about whether they may be at risk (and if so, to get tested) and also about how to avoid becoming infected.  The long-term objective of the campaign is to prevent new infections and to deliver real improvements in health outcomes for people living with hepatitis B and C.

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January 01, 0001

The summer months are a good time to remember to stay hydrated and keep cool.  It is recommended that adults drink eight glasses of water a day, and possibly more depending upon activity level and outdoor temperature and humidity.  We lose water every day in the form of water vapor in the breath we exhale and as water in our sweat, urine, and stool.  If you don't replace lost fluids, you may get

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January 01, 0001

You and I have a 7 in 10 chance of needing some kind of long-term care later in our lives, and we’ll need it precisely at the time we can least afford to add it to our budget.  Fortunately, for those who can plan ahead and put away for the future, there is a great way to pay for the care that you are almost certain to need down the road.  Long-Term Care Insurance, which you can affordably obtain years before you will need it, can be used to pay for all kinds of care, including in-home care, care in facilities, and much more.

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January 01, 0001

What harm can having too little of a vitamin do?  Consider this: Over the course of two months, a 62-year-old man developed numbness and a “pins and needles” sensation in his hands, had trouble walking, experienced severe joint pain, began turning yellow, and became progressively short of breath.  The cause was lack of vitamin B12 in his bloodstream, according to a case report from Harvard-affiliatedMassachusetts   GeneralHospital published in The New England Journal of Medicine.  It could have been worse—a severe vitamin B12 deficiency can lead to deep depression, paranoia and delusions, memory loss, incontinence, loss of taste and smell, and more.

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