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Caregiver Corner

Caregiver Corner

Q&A with Kensington Family Member, Susan Evans At The Kensington, we understand that caregiving for a loved one is a...
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The Benefits of Meditation For Seniors

The Benefits of Meditation For Seniors

Life can get busy. It can drive us to feel overwhelmed with our worries and stress can linger, and add up over time. Stress...
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Is Your Loved One Ready for Memory Care?

Is Your Loved One Ready for Memory Care?

An internal battle can ensue with the question of, can you handle being caregiver, or is your loved one ready for memory...
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Flipping a Positive Narrative on Aging

Flipping a Positive Narrative on Aging

It's time to change the narrative on aging to a more positive one, say leaders in the longevity field. Flipping our...
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Best Exercises to Build Strong Backs, Knees, Hips, and Joints

Best Exercises to Build Strong Backs, Knees, Hips, and Joints

Many people assume aches and pains are a normal part of aging. While our bodies do change as we grow older, with bone...
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Retirement Conundrum: Seniors Who Keep Working Are Healthier

Retirement Conundrum: Seniors Who Keep Working Are Healthier

All our lives, we're told that one day we can retire and "live the good life." With this carrot, formerly claimed by most at...
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Prunes are Superfoods – Gina’s Fit Tip

Prunes are Superfoods – Gina’s Fit Tip

Prunes are packed with many nutrients in even a small serving! Just three prunes count as one fruit serving. But in these...
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Shop Smarter – Gina’s Fit Tip

Shop Smarter – Gina’s Fit Tip

Grocery store layouts are actually designed to lead you to shop in a certain “traffic” pattern. Displays are set up...
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Holistic Therapy for Dementia

Holistic Therapy for Dementia

Some of the most promising therapy for dementia has little to do with medicine, and everything to do with enhancing everyday...
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Aging in Place is Made Possible at The Kensington

Aging in Place is Made Possible at The Kensington

In a traditional sense, “aging in place” refers to living where you have lived for many years, utilizing resources,...
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