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As we continue adding ways on improving our overall health and well-being, It may be worth looking at knitting for your new year's resolution. Here are 10 ways knitting can improve your overall health
http://commhealthcare.com/knitting-can-improve-overall-health/

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Let’s face it: nobody wants to get old. Unfortunately, it’s tough to avoid.

While aging is inevitable, it’s easy to develop a series of healthy habits that can help fight the signs of aging and make your golden years healthier, happier, and more exciting than they’ve ever been.

Read on to learn more.

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From tracking your investments to helping you budget your monthly expenses, today’s web-based tools are a fantastic way to make retirement planning just a bit easier.
Here are seven of our favorite online retirement tools:
http://commhealthcare.com/seven-online-tools-that-help-make-retirement-savings-last/

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Adult day care is a great place to allow someone to have fun with independence. The tips you included are very helpful to find the right care. Thank you for sharing!

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We’ve all heard the stereotype and seen the videos, movies, and images that reinforce it: a grumpy old man yelling at kids to get off his lawn or a mean old lady living alone in a huge, creepy house on the hill. While these images are undoubtedly part of our cultural fabric, they’re also an unfortunate series of myths that is perpetuated on a regular basis.
http://commhealthcare.com/truth-grumpy-old-people-stereotype/

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Every caregiver knows the feeling of coming home at the end of the day entirely burned out. Maybe you sit down on the kitchen floor and eat cold cereal directly from the box for dinner or maybe you simply get into the shower and cry from exhaustion and stress. While these reactions aren’t uncommon, they also aren’t entirely healthy.
http://commhealthcare.com/caregivers-must-care-for-themselves-too/

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Most people visualize themselves aging gracefully and living a long, healthy life filled with good friends, family, and plenty of activity. While this is something that many people dream of, it’s far from being a fantasy. The fact is, many seniors do it. So what’s their secret? How do these people enjoy all of the benefits of old age while maintaining good health and a happy state of mind?

http://commhealthcare.com/12-secrets-to-living-a-long-healthy-life/

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Nobody wants to be alone. Unfortunately for many seniors, however, being alone is a reality of life. From people whose spouses have died to those with no family in the immediate area and few friends, isolation is a real issue, and it is one that can have disastrous consequences. Here’s what you need to know about the mental and emotional impacts of prolonged isolation on seniors:
http://commhealthcare.com/how-being-alone-impacts-seniors/

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While many people think of working out as a way to lose weight or build muscle, it actually does much more than that. Over the past 10 years, scientists have learned that exercising can actually increase brain function and provide considerable mental health benefits. So, yes, exercise helps your body stay healthy, but it benefits your mind, as well!

http://commhealthcare.com/12-ways-exercising-helps-your-mental-health/

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If you’re struggling with developing a healthy relationship to food, it’s important to remember to consult your doctor accordingly. Once you’ve sought proper treatment, though, you can take a series of small, daily steps that can help transform your eating experience. If you’re struggling with food and eating, here are some simple tips to help you get to a better place:

http://commhealthcare.com/happy-healthy-relationship-with-food/
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