When the leaves have turned gold and the mornings take on a chilly air, there is no mistaking what is just around the corner. That’s right, flu season. Kleenex, cough drops and sick days go hand-in-hand with autumn. No stunning vista view of maples doused in the ruby hues of
Whether you’ve got kids at home or not, this back-to-school time of year can be frenzied, stressful and downright overwhelming. Schedules change drastically, not to mention the hours of daylight. Temperatures swing and vacations grind to a screeching halt. After school activities gobble up any free
There’s often a deep void in those left with chronic pain after an accident, injury, or illness—a long-term struggle with your identity once beloved hobbies and interests appear to be out of reach.
Through the years of heartwarming progress and disappointing mistakes during
Care Partners board members Caroline Schmidt, executive director Kay Grindland, Judy Peterson and Jayne Johnson are Dementia Friends. | CARE PARTNERS
For aging Americans, the fear of dementia now exceeds the fear of cancer. The challenges of Alzheimer’s and other dementias are overwhelming, whether it’s a person asking “How do we take care of mom?” or agencies and governments trying to address the huge burden of care. Currently, over 91,000
Summer is officially here; and so are the ticks. From mid-May to mid-July, ticks are at their peak and, for a multitude of reasons, it pays to be aware.
Formerly considered a simple nuisance, ticks are now known to carry germs that can cause at least 15 different human diseases,
It is difficult to comprehend that bacteria can actually be good for us, yet this is precisely the case with probiotics. Probiotics are beneficial bacteria that reside in our gut. In fact, you have more bacteria in your body than cells. For optimal human functioning, we must maintain a balance of