Living longer lives is a goal for many people. However, extended lifespans mean being conscious of certain age-related health issues so that your extra years remain happy and active ones.

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As the golden years unfold, many elderly individuals find themselves navigating through uncharted territories of emotional turmoil. Anxiety and depression, once overlooked or dismissed as natural facets of aging, have

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Navigating how to support the elderly can be a tricky task, you don’t want to limit their independence but also don’t want them to feel unsupported. If you’re considering the

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5 Tips for Grandfamilies Facing Mental Health Concerns BY JAIA LENT The U.S. is in a state of mental health emergency in child and adolescent mental health, and a national

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May – Mental Health Awareness Month The Biden-Harris Administration is committed to addressing the nation’s behavioral health crises and strengthening mental health of all Americans. As part of President Joe

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Manage Your Fear In The Time Of COVID-19 Look after your mental health and wellbeing if you are staying home. 1. Plan your day We are all adjusting to a

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7 Tips For Dealing With The Threat Of The Coronavirus By Vinay Saranga M.D  With so much talk about the Coronavirus, mental health experts warn it can take a toll

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Breaking The Myths of Mental Illness in 2020 By Vinay Saranga M.D It’s the start of a new year, but the struggles and stigma for people with mental illness continue.

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Cyberbullying Remains a Serious Problem in 2019 This article provided by our friends at BroadbandSearch Here is a new guide for 2021with the latest and up to date information: https://www.vpncompass.com/cyberbullying-statistics/  As

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Today is World Mental Health Day, where we focus on what’s going on in our heads and try to raise awareness of illnesses like depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder. (Thank

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What Kids Need for a Mentally Healthy Summer by Tanya Peterson, NCC, MS Summer is about to begin in earnest. Those adults who have children in their lives likely have

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By Hector De La Torre, Executive Director, Transamerica Center for Health Studies If you are a grandparent with a grandchild in college, you may have noticed that the amount of

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We grandparents are always looking for ways to be a better grandparent, so we asked our friends at Helpguide.org to share some of their wisdom with us. A good first step to

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Humor Therapy for the Elderly By Dr. Marion Somers   My 76-year-old father used to laugh all the time, but ever since he started having problems with his health, he

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By Colleen Sell The Rochester Medical Center Division of Geriatrics and Aging recently identified the nature and causes of health problems afflicting and expected to afflict the aging population. 1.

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When Cut Off from Your Grandchild Fill the Void with Self-Care, not Comfort Food By Susan Hoffman   Dear Susan: I have not seen my grandson since my daughter severed

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GRANDPARTNERS FOR GRANDPARENTS Jim Hmurovich of Prevent Child Abuse America: An impassioned grandfather’s call to action   Christine Crosby, GRAND Magazine’s Editorial Director, sat down to chat with Jim Hmurovich,

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By Jack Levine As our prayers for peace and comfort go out to our loved ones and friends during the holiday season, our hearts are broken by the horrific news

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Originally published in the print version of GRAND Magazine Issue 16 May/June 2007 pp 42-47 By Mary Ann Cooper Singer, songwriter, author, actor, public advocate and television personality Naomi Judd

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