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King Cake: The Real King of Carnival

Have your parade-going days come to an end?  Does the thought of staking out some real estate on St. Charles Avenue sound about as exciting as a colonoscopy?  Though we would never discourage you from enjoying a good parade, the logistics can be a bit challenging, especially for those with limited mobility.  Finding a safe …

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Benefits of Compression Socks for Seniors

One day you wake up and suddenly you don’t have quite as much pep in your step as you once did.  Your legs may feel a bit heavy, and it’s more of an effort to get from point A to point B.  Tasks that once felt effortless now feel sluggish and deliberate, almost as though …

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It’s All Fun and Games 

For many people, adults especially, games are reserved for “free time”.  We must intentionally set aside time to engage in a game of any kind.  They’re often reserved for family game nights, vacations, inclement weather, or another special time.  We can usually come up with a long list of chores that must get done before …

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Give Back This Holiday Season 

The season of giving is upon us.  For most, it’s a joyous time of year spent with family and friends, partaking in fun activities, traditions, and memory making.  The holiday season kicks off with Thanksgiving, a time when we gather together and give thanks for our many blessings.  For some, the holiday season can be …

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Falling for Fall

I think it’s safe to say we’ve officially sent the dog days of summer packing, and cooler temperatures are here to stay for a while!  The hot and humid days are being replaced by cool and crisp autumn evenings, which can only mean one thing… FALL IS IN THE AIR!  There seems to be a …

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Personal Hygiene for Seniors

We’ve all heard the saying “You never get a second chance to make a first impression”.  Before you even speak a word, an opinion is already being formed, because more than 50% of a first impression is visual.  Eye contact, a smile, body language, and overall hygiene play a large part in what others think …

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