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The 7 Habits Bad for Your Joints

Your daily habits, from what you eat to how often you text, can significantly impact the health of your joints. Over decades of use, anything you do repeatedly is likely to cause wear and tear. This is especially true for the protective cushion between your bones known as cartilage. As we age, the risk of […]




Addressing Medication Discrepancies in Elderly Patients: A Vital Aspect of Geriatric Care

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The Best Protein Sources to Include in a Healthy Diet. Picture of eggs, cheese, mushrooms, fish, and beff.

The Best Protein Sources to Include in a Healthy Diet

In the quest for a healthy lifestyle, protein is often heralded as the cornerstone of a balanced diet. Not only is it crucial for muscle repair and growth, but it also plays a vital role in many bodily functions, including enzyme production, immune system support, and hormone regulation. Incorporating high-quality protein sources into your diet […]




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How Much Is Too Much When Watching TV?

Your mother probably told you this, but you thought she was just making it up. Actually, over the past 40 years, a number of studies have shown negative health effects related to watching TV for hours each day. A recent addition to this collection of studies is research published in the Journal of the American Medical […]




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Take Care of Your Heart from the Start

It’s no secret that cardiovascular problems during our middle and latter years can cause cognitive decline as we age. However, a new study shows that high blood pressure, high cholesterol levels, and elevated blood sugars in early adulthood are also linked to cognitive deficits later in life.1 The study started with over 3000 people between […]




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It Happens to All of Us!

As we get older, we start to realize we’re not as strong as we used to be … or as flexible. And we admit that we don’t have as much pep as we used to have, either. And we wonder: What’s the best yet safest way I can get back in shape — and improve […]




McKenney Home Care announces Office Move to accommodate accelerated growth

McKenney Home Care announced today the relocation and expansion of its corporate headquarters to a new office on Bonita Beach Road. Expanding to 5,000 square feet is a substantial upgrade from the Company’s prior offices and will provide the necessary infrastructure for the Company to continue to build on its current momentum and to advance […]




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Clutter is Hazardous to Health

We like our stuff.  When we run out of room for it in our attics, basements, and garages, we rent more storage. The impulse to accumulate things may be a genetic leftover from the days of our ancestors, when survival depended on having enough food to get through lean times and the necessity of making […]




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Preventing Gardening Injuries

It’s time to bring out the green thumb because gardening season is upon us. Many enjoy gardening and its numerous health benefits. However, it is important to be mindful of the stress and strain activities such as digging, planting, weeding, and raking can cause. The back, knees, neck, and shoulders can be especially vulnerable to […]




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Diabetes Increases Stroke Risk in Women

Diabetes, a chronic condition affecting millions worldwide, is often associated with a myriad of health complications. Among these, the heightened risk of stroke stands as a particularly grave concern, especially for women. Understanding the intricate relationship between diabetes and stroke risk is crucial for effective prevention and management strategies. The Diabetes-Stroke Link Research has consistently […]






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