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Helpful Articles

As you begin life at Gloria Dei, we know you’ll have lots of questions.

Here you can learn about your own community, but also a variety of other topics as well. On this page, you’ll find articles covering lots of issues of interest to you. Looking for simple and healthy recipes? We’ve got them. Looking for ways to stay active? We’ve got them. This is your source for all kinds of tips to make your life easier or more enjoyable! Take a look and see what captures your interest.

How to Maintain a Healthy Holiday Diet

As the winter months approach and all of the festive holidays begin to occur, our diets can take a turn for the worse. Overindulging in carbs and sweets is certainly not a new tradition during November, December, and January. However, gaining excess weight and skipping workouts for even just a few weeks can have a negative impact on your overall health. Read More

National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month: Know the Signs and Symptoms

We went pink in October to promote awareness for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In November, we need to change that color to purple. It is the color of choice for National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month! Last year, we wrote an article about spreading awareness. This year we want to help you recognize the signs and symptoms of the disease. Read More

World Osteoporosis Day

Breast cancer awareness is not the only health issue that is celebrated in the month of October. October 20th marked a day of recognition regarding Osteoporosis, a bone disease that involves a lack of bone production or an overall weakening of the bones. Fortunately, this disease is largely preventable through education and some simple lifestyle changes. Read More

Breast Cancer Awareness Month: The Four Stages of Breast Cancer

Around this time last year, we posted an article about Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the importance of prevention through detection. By catching it in the early stages of the disease, your chances of survival greatly increase. That’s why you should always schedule checkups, not solely in the month of October, but in every month of the year. Read More

National Cholesterol Education Month

Heart disease is the number one cause of death in individuals who are 65 years or older. It’s a harsh statistic to read but hopefully the weight of it will move you to do something about it, because heart disease is 100% preventable. The term is an umbrella term that includes serious conditions from coronary artery disease to congestive heart failure. Read More

September is Healthy Aging Month

There’s a longstanding belief that, as we get older, achy joints and added pounds are just something we have to deal with at a certain age. We believe that there’s nothing to be done, to avoid these problems and the side effects of aging. Through research, we’ve found that this is not true. Read More

Age Related Changes in our Bodies

As you get older, you may notice a few changes to your body, as compared to when you were younger. Minor aches and pains are to be expected, and although these little things may not be a sign of disease, they can be frustrating. However, it may become a little less frustrating if you understand why these changes are happening. Read More

Pets & Patients: How Animals Help Those with Dementia

In a world plagued with uncertainties, there are constants in our life that we can always just assume. The earth will continue to revolve around the sun, gravity will continue to pull us down to this earth, you’ll never get away from paying taxes, and your furry friend will always shower you in unconditional love! Read More

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