December 14, 2018

Too much of a good thing for seniors and the holidays

Every one faces pitfalls during the holidays, but getting off track can set older adults back in their recovery from an illness or at risk for new health problems.

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Double duty tools: toothbrush and floss

Toothbrush uses

Toothbrushes make excellent cleaning tools. And you don’t even have to buy them for that purpose; just use your old one when it’s too worn out for its intended use! It is best to...

Smoke and stress maintenance and recovery

We have all been so relieved to feel the rain coming to clear the air and dampen the fires. Those of us in Sonoma County are still all too aware of the physical, emotional and...