Cold Weather Safety Tips for Seniors

As we move into the winter season, it is time for us to change our wardrobes from our fun summer outfits to our cozy sweaters to accommodate the increasingly colder weather. While comfy clothes and winter adventures may be something to look forward to, as an older person, it can present an uncomfortable challenge: the cold. Although getting cold during a brisk winter walk can feel refreshing for a younger person, a big chill can affect an older person’s immune system and even lead to hypothermia. Hypothermia  Hypothermia is the...

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Winter Energy Saving Tips for Seniors

Due to climate change, many energy companies are raising their prices to avert people from using so much energy. While this is great for the environment, it is not so great for your wallet. If you are living on a fixed income, then you may be worrying about how much money it is going to cost to heat your home this winter. With climate change booming and winters growing colder, you cannot afford to go without heat. If this impending winter has you worried about high energy costs then keep...

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