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Tips to Growing Older Gracefully

Staying fit and eating a healthy diet are important practices for anyone at any age. Healthy habits help us live our lives to the fullest. However, as more years add up, you may begin to see some changes in your physical health and lifestyle. Before you start feeling overwhelmed, it helps to remind yourself that … Continue reading

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Help Prevent Re-Hospitalization for Your Loved One

Time and time again, you’ll hear just how important it is for family members to support an elderly or ailing loved one with health issues. At Columbia Home Health Care, we provide home health services in Columbus, Ohio, and we’ve witnessed how the proactive involvement from family members prevent re-hospitalization. If your spouse, parent, or … Continue reading

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Tips on How to Improve Seniors’ Mobility

It is a common observation that when people reach the senior years, their mobility also declines. For this reason, many seniors get help from aides recommended by a home health agency in Ohio. Aides can assist them in moving around safely to avoid accidents. But, do you know that seniors can still improve their mobility? … Continue reading

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Quick Guide: What Seniors Should Be Eating

The concept of a well-balanced diet is something we advocate as a provider of home health care in Columbus, Ohio. This type of diet is ideal for all people of every age group. For seniors, a balanced diet can give lots of health benefits. Do you have an aging loved one who needs help in … Continue reading

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Dealing with Your Child’s Chronic Illness as a Family

Most people don’t associate children with chronic diseases and disabilities. But reality speaks otherwise. 10-20 million American children and adolescents deal with it, says HealthyChildren.org. Dealing with chronic illness in the family, more so if it’s a child involved, can be life-changing. What are the challenges parents of ill or disabled children face? And how … Continue reading

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