10 Brain-Healthy Foods Seniors Should Eat

For seniors, brain health is more important than ever. While there is not currently a known way to completely keep cognitive diseases like dementia and Alzheimer’s at bay, many experts believe a healthy diet can be an important factor for many people who are at risk. Eating foods that boost brain health can also enhance memory, clarity, and focus. Encourage your senior loved one to eat as much as possible from the following list to maintain his or her brain health.

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The top benefits of nursing care at home in Lahore, Pakistan.

At home healthcare, such as nursing care at home, is growing in demand not only in Pakistan but across the globe.  Juggle the daily demands of work, home, children and caring for someone who may be disabled, ill, or aging can be a tough challenge. Managing busy families and the emotional decisions that must be made when caring for a loved one can be overwhelming.

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KEEP YOUR COOL IN HOT WEATHER

Now is the time to prepare for the high temperatures that kill hundreds of people every year. Extreme heat caused 7,415 heat-related deaths in the United States from 1999 through 2010. Heat-related deaths and illness are preventable, yet many people die from extreme heat each year.

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7 things you should avoid when you’re suffering from a cough

A cough is probably one of the most neglected symptoms that many people suffer from. Most of the times, an acute cough progresses to become chronic before people realise it. Unfortunately, this most often happens because people follow ill advised practices that worsen the cough. If you want to prevent your cough from worsening, start taking these these precautions and you’ll be amazed with the improvement:

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SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF STROKE

Knowing the signs of a stroke is the first step in stroke prevention. A stroke, sometimes called a “brain attack,” occurs when blood flow to an area in the brain is cut off. The brain cells, deprived of the oxygen and glucose needed to survive, die. If a stroke is not caught early, permanent brain damage or death can result.

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IS TOO MUCH TEA / COFFEE BAD FOR YOU?

Tea is an ancient drink that is made by steeping the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant in boiling water. The resulting drink contains active ingredients such as caffeine, flavonoids and fluoride. Many health benefits have been linked to regular tea consumption, including one observational study that noted an 11 percent decrease in heart attack risk for subjects drinking three or more cups of tea per day. However, excessive consumption can lead to some adverse side effects.

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