When Your Loved One Has No Appetite: Tips for Caregivers

As a caregiver, it can be disheartening when your loved one refuses to eat or simply has no appetite. While it’s natural for appetite to diminish as end-of-life nears, it still doesn’t make it any less stressful or worrisome when our loved one doesn’t eat. While forcing food on your loved one is never advised, here are some tips that may help spark his appetite. 

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The Benefits of Dying at Home

Studies show that those who die at home are more likely to have a better, more peaceful transition than those who die in the hospital. If you’re unsure whether receiving end-of-life care at home is right for you, here are some things to consider.

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How to Cope with a Terminal Illness Diagnosis

There is no right or wrong way to cope with a terminal diagnosis. Wherever you’re at, we hope this list of practical tasks will help bring you some clarity and empower you to make the most out of the time you have left. 

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Summer Activities for Seniors

As temperatures rise, so does the risk of overheating and becoming dehydrated; this especially holds true for seniors. If you’re looking for some fun and safe summer activities, try out these ideas: 

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Should Seniors Drink Coffee?

Almost 75% of those 55 or older drink at least one cup of coffee a day. While caffeine in moderation has many positive effects, consumption in high quantities may cause issues for those with existing health conditions.

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