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Enjoy your weekend! #TGIF #Peanuts
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Our blog this week tackles the topic of holiday blues in seniors, and how to avoid it. #SeniorCare
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The holiday season can leave some senior citizens feeling lonely and isolated. Be sure to include your loved ones in your holiday preparations and spend time looking at photos and videos from past holidays. Reminiscing will promote feelings of happiness and bring back fond memories! #HolidayHealth #SeniorCare
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On the blog this week, we discuss the importance of routine doctor visits for senior citizens. #HealthyLiving #Routine
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Experts suggest that a healthy adult over the age of 65 should have a routine doctor appointment once every year. Has your loved one scheduled their next yearly exam? #CallYourDoctor #WellnessVisits
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Prevention is critical when it comes to senior health. Staying on top of regular cancer screenings, cardiac work-ups, and blood work is essential to avoiding the medical issues that can crop up in our advanced years. Don’t be shy about making sure mom or dad is maintaining regular doctor visits! #Wellness #SeniorHealth
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With flu season upon us, it’s important to take necessary precautions. Have you and your loved ones had your flu shot yet? #FluSeason #HealthyLiving
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LCB Senior Living is proud to announce our partnership with AARP! The AARP Employer Pledge Program is a nationwide group of employers which stands with AARP in affirming the value of experienced workers and are committed to developing diverse, high-performing organizations by leveraging workers of all ages. #AARP #LCB
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Flu season is here, posing its usual risks to the senior population. Learn how to keep your loved ones safe, on the blog today. #FightTheFlu #StayHealthy
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Adults over the age of 65 are at higher risk of developing serious flu-related complications if they contract the influenza virus, including pneumonia, sinus infections, and ear infections. Be vigilant about preventive measures like hand washing and avoiding crowds. #FluSeason #HealthyLiving
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