Happy New Year!

We hope everyone had a great Christmas and first few night of Hanukkah! The Executive Care family wishes you all a very healthy and happy 2017!

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Gadgets for Seniors Who Like to Cook!

As we age, some aspects of cooking may become more difficult. Here are some handy kitchen gadgets for seniors who like to cook! Automated can/ jar opener We’ve all encountered that stubborn jar that just won’t open, why keep struggling when there are automated can and jar openers out there? This is a great idea

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Anemia: What is it? And What You Need to Know

Anemia is a condition in which there is a deficiency of red blood cells or of hemoglobin in the blood, which results in weariness and pallor. Anemia is actually the most common blood condition in the US, affected about 3.5 million Americans. What are some of the risk factors? Some forms of anemia are hereditary

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Ways to Boost Energy Levels

As we age, it’s common for our energy levels to drop, but that doesn’t mean we need to slow down! Here are some ways that you can boost your energy levels: Get active A brisk activity that does not wear you out, like a quick walk, can increase energy levels. If walking isn’t up your

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Wishing you a happy and healthy Thanksgiving from the Executive Care family!  

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4 Dietary Changes for a Healthier Lifestyle

As we get older, it is important to watch our diets and maintain healthy eating habits. Good nutrition can be a means of preventive medicine and can help ensure your quality of life. Fruits and vegetables Fruits and vegetables should make up half of your plate at every meal, which should equal 2 cups of

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