Welcome to Guest Contributor Lydia Chan, from Alzheimer’s Caregiver. For anyone facing the prospect of caring for someone with this terrible disease in their home, Lydia has some enormously helpful tips for preparing. “Why did Alzheimer’s disease happen to …
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Yoga is not only good for building strength, flexibility and balance, it turns out it may also help improve bone health. Check out this study done by Loren M. Fishman, MD.
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Sending just the right message for Father’s Day can be a challenge. Here are some easy steps to get you started.
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It can be risky to assume you can offer caring and support through social media like Facebook. Sometimes you need a more meaningful connection.
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Gwen Moran, “Fast Company” staff writer, discusses six habits that resilient people have in common.
Friends and family of someone with a cancer diagnosis often feel frustrated because they don’t know how to help. You might be surprised to find out that making someone feel better and improving their health can be simple: Let them know that you’re thinking about them.
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At Flower we often talk about the challenge of knowing what to say or do when a friend is in crisis. After all, it’s one of the main problems we want to address with the app.
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