The pain and stiffness caused by arthritis doesn’t have to stop you from enjoying your favorite activities or doing everyday tasks. Whether you have arthritis in your knees, joints, hands, neck, fingers or feet, or a condition such as fibromyalgia, … Continue reading
Incontinence and Lisa Rinna are not usually things you would put together—until recently. Lisa Rinna, made famous from roles on Melrose Place and Days of Our Lives, has stepped onto the red carpet in Depend®’s brand new product, Silhouette for Women. This … Continue reading
Senior adults are respected for the wisdom of their years and judiciousness with their resources. Many seniors experienced the reality of frugal living during the economic struggles of the Depression era. During this time, conserving resources and recycling were a … Continue reading
Community Hospital East will be hosting a health fair on Saturday, April 28 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.! This health fair isn’t only for seniors. There will be a wide variety of education and information on the brand new … Continue reading
Tea Time with Mom Mothers are always there for us. They encourage us and help us to be the best people we can be. This Mother’s Day do something extra special for mom and treat her to Community Touchpoint’s … Continue reading
The mild Indiana winter could bring the worst allergy season in over a decade. Flowering plants are putting in an early showing, and trees are already budding, sending a large amount of allergy-inducing tree pollen into the air. Tree pollen, … Continue reading
Lewy body dementia is caused by abnormal structures called “Lewy bodies” that develop in areas of the brain that are involved with thinking and movement. It causes a progressive decline in mental abilities.
With the arrival of spring, many people with seasonal affective disorder (SAD) have started to find emotional and physical balance. However, there are still people who experience this disorder even after the sunlight has stretched further into the morning and evening hours.
Although medications can make us feel better and help us get well, it is important to remember that medications also have risks. One of the most important things that seniors and family members can do to reduce their risk of … Continue reading
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