Senior cooling off
Senior Care Tips
July 17, 2020

Senior Summer Safety Tips

Summertime in Texas means really hot temperatures. While it’s important that everyone keeps track of their health in the sun, it’s especially important that your elderly loved ones enjoy the season safely. If you have an elderly family member who is part of an independent living community or who just…
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Seniors donating blood
Senior Care Tips
June 26, 2020

Are Seniors Ever “Too Old” to Donate Blood?

The short answer is simple. Most blood donors are proud to have been able to serve their community throughout the course of their lives, and there isn’t an age limit to who can donate blood. However, when it comes to senior-aged loved ones and donating blood, there are always some…
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Older man sitting on a bench while basking in the sun
Senior Care Tips
June 15, 2020

Immune System Boosting Tips For Seniors in the Summer

Maintaining a healthy immune system is essential for seniors who are eager to enjoy their Golden Years in an independent living community. Staying well to stay active is the goal of independent living, and making the right health choices can help mitigate the risks of falling ill throughout the year.…
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Arthritis pain relief for seniors
Senior Care Tips
May 15, 2020

Tips for Senior Living Arthritic Pain Relief

By retirement age, many seniors in the United States will suffer from some form of arthritis. Many people view these aches and pains as a necessary result of aging. However, the breaking down of the tissues and joints in a body is a painful process, and relief is always welcome.…
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clean-senior-living
Senior Living
April 30, 2020

The Cleanliness of Senior Living Communities

Every family wants their elderly loved ones to thrive in a healthy and sanitary environment. As the body ages, vulnerabilities to several health complications can increase. Sometimes loved ones who live alone may need assistance in cleanliness. While this can become a difficult situation for a family to keep up…
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Senior living choice
Senior Living
April 29, 2020

Which Senior Living Choice is Best for You and Your Family?

When your loved ones begin to move up in age, living on their own at home quickly becomes a null option. Eventually, the need for extra care grows evident, and the move to senior living could be the healthiest solution for your loved one. However, with so many unique needs…
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Elderly bruising
Senior Health Problems
April 16, 2020

Understanding Elderly Bruising and Risk Prevention

We all manage to bruise ourselves at some point in time. While the average bruise may be a little unsightly or painful to the touch, they tend to heal quickly and life carries on. When it comes to our elderly loved ones, we should pay special attention to any bruise.…
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Top Tips for Keeping Your Kidneys Healthy
Senior Health Problems
March 11, 2020

Top Tips for Keeping Your Kidneys Healthy

As we head into the month of March, now is the time to start thinking about sun, spring, and kidney health! Yes, March is National Kidney Month, and at Cornerstone Senior Living, we take kidney health seriously. The kidneys are important organs in the body. Not only do they help…
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Healthy eating for seniors
Senior Living
February 28, 2020

5 Heart Healthy Eating Habits for Independent Living Seniors

Independent living is a senior living care level that allows your loved one to enjoy the freedom of living on their own in an organized community. One of the many perks of independent senior living is that your loved ones have the freedom to cook their own foods and enjoy…
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Swollen ankles - sign of heart problems
Senior Health Problems
February 19, 2020

Hidden Red Flags of a Heart Problem

Heart disease is one of the leading causes of death for Americans of all ages. However, our senior-aged loved ones are especially susceptible to developing heart problems. Heart disease can be a scary condition to live with, but if caught in time, professionals can help mitigate severe risks like heart…
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