Keeping In Touch Solutions
Sharing is Caring!

Tag Archives for " senior malnutrition "

Does your aging parent need help? Check their eating habits.

  There are 7 key signs to watch for to see if your aging loved one needs help taking care of their everyday activities and needs and one of the easiest to check is what they’re eating. Getting

Read More . . .
caregiver support for aging parents

Eating Trans Fat May Damage Memory

Yet another reason to cut back on cookies: A new study shows that eating trans fat – used for decades in margarine and to increase the shelf life of packaged cookies and crackers – may damage memory. Of

Read More . . .
caregiver support for aging parents

Afraid Your Retired Parents are Suffering from Isolation, Depression and Malnourishment?

In a study conducted by the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Services, researchers concluded that more than 10% of aging adults are malnourished, meaning their daily diet lacks the proper servings

Read More . . .
caregiver support for aging parents

Senior Hunger and Malnutrition: True or False?

Senior Hunger and Malnutrition You heard and watched it on TV, skinny kids with huge tummies and without nutritional food outside the United States. Are you shocked to read about senior hunger and malnutrition

Read More . . .
>