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Tips on How to Stay Healthy at Home: Physically, Mentally, and Nutritionally

Over the months of the COVID-19 pandemic many of us have been staying at home and doing less activities when it comes to social interaction and exercise. Doing this over a period of time can have a negative impact on your health for many reasons. With that said, we at Freedom Home Care have put together some advice on how to stay healthy both physically and mentally at home. Staying Physically Active at Home: At a time like this, it is really important for people of all ages to stay as active as then can. Even taking a short break
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Senior Flu Prevention Tips

Influenza A and B are the usual suspects for the flu each year. And according to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), between 54 to 70 percent of people age 65 and older who contract the virus are hospitalized annually. Statistics also show that seniors are more likely to suffer from flu complications than younger people. And with the record breaking cold temperatures we’ve been experiencing here in the U.S., now more than ever, it’s important to take the proper precautions to keep your senior safe and in optimal health. If you’re not sure exactly how to help your loved
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Don't Skip The Dentist: Get Cheaper Care

Let’s be honest, the usual trip to the dentist is no walk in the park. But regular dental visits are a necessary part of good oral health. Surprisingly, it’s not the unpleasant sounds of the dental drill or the memories of the last porcelain filling that’s keeping our seniors of out of the dentist’s chair.  According to researchers, a survey revealed that of the 56 million Americans aged 65 and older who received Medicare in 2016, less than half visited the dentist the previous year. The reason many seniors don’t get dental care is because of cost. Unfortunately, coverage for
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