1. What Seniors Need To Know Now About Hypertension

    Sometimes called the silent killer, hypertension often shows no noticeable symptoms but is linked to a slew of potentially fatal conditions. By damaging the walls of arteries, veins and blood vessels in the heart, brain and organs, hypertension, or high blood pressure, can cause strokes, heart attacks, and aneurysms. Treating high blood pressure can prevent a wide array of damage to the eyes, kidn…Read More

  2. 15 Google Tools You’ll Love!: Caregiver Cheat Sheet Bonus

    The Internet can show, find or connect you to anything you need or want, as long as you can ask the right question of the right source. Most of us use Google to find the right site or tool - but did you know that you don’t always have to search that way? You can just ask Google. Caregivers, home care aides and loved ones will love these fifteen Google tools that make life easier and smarter. Def…Read More

  3. Heart Disease Research Update For Caregivers

    2017 was a big year for medical research, and for heart disease research in particular. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both women and men in the United States, causing one out of every four deaths each year. In the last few years, we’ve covered heart disease and its many forms, including endocarditis, heart valve disease and heart disease in seniors. Caregivers, home care aides …Read More

  4. Six Ways To Crush Summer In San Diego This Month

    Are you ready for summer? San Diego is, and Memorial Day weekend is when it all starts! This coming month, you can talk to an ocean bird expert, take yourself to the rodeo, celebrate the strawberry, revel in the international tastes of beer, and explore the splendor of the San Diego County Fair! There’s so much summer fun for caregivers and seniors to have this month in San Diego! SEA Days: Bird…Read More

  5. 4 California Seniors Who Shine: Seniors In The News

    California seniors are in the news this month, defying their age and defying the odds. Caregivers, home care aides and loved ones can all enjoy these stories of California seniors shining like the stars they are. In 2002, John Holman III competed in his first Ironman competition, and the rough Southern California surf had him questioning his recent life choices. He pushed through the turbulent pas…Read More

  6. Ten Drug Safety Tips For Seniors: Caregivers 101

    Twice a year, and most recently on April 28th, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) sponsors National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. This national event offers a safe disposal method for expired and unneeded prescription drugs. This effort is part of the national fight against opioid and prescription drug abuse, but it’s also the best way to protect children, pets and the environment from…Read More

  7. Top 7 Ways To Master Google Search: Caregiver Cheat Sheet

    Google is the gateway to all the internet has to offer, for about 75% of all searchers, but it can only find what you tell it to find. If you don’t ask Google the right question, you aren’t going to get the answer you need. If you often find yourself wondering why you can’t find something online that you know exists, then your Google Search skills may be letting you down. Caregivers, home ca…Read More

  8. Four Ways To Swing Into Spring: Aging In San Diego

    It’s the perfect time to get outside and get healthy in San Diego! This month, you can walk for MS, plant a tree for Arbor Day, learn about healthy aging from experts, and enjoy the thrills and spills of the rodeo! Caregivers, home care aides and loved ones will enjoy these chances to volunteer, give back and sit on the edge of their seats this month in San Diego. Walk MS San Diego: Join more th…Read More

  9. Veterans History Project: San Diego Seniors In The News

    With a little help, veterans of American wars can share their stories with the world and the future through the Veterans History Project. The veteran members of the Greatest Generation, in particular, are a shrinking group, but their memories of war and sacrifice are bright, and worth preserving. Usually, we bring you stories of notable seniors who are making news. This month, we are showing you t…Read More

  10. National Prescription Drug Take Back Day: Caregivers 101

    April 28, 2018 is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, sponsored by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). This semi-annual event gives all of us the opportunity and the reminder to safely dispose of expired and unneeded prescription drugs. Hanging on to old medication puts the rest of the household, especially children and pets, at risk for dangerous medical consequences. By participatin…Read More