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Tips for staying warm in autumn

Although some people look forward to the crisp mornings of autumn, the coming seasonal weather can make elderly people feel particularly cold long before the onset of winter.

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Ways to alleviate joint pain

There are a range of treatments you can use to lessen joint pain without medication.

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Get gardening this autumn

At Sunrise Senior Living, we want all our residents to live their golden years to the fullest, which is why we encourage them to get involved with the maintenance and upkeep of the gardens in our assisted living communities.

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Express your creative side during 'Art of Sunrise' week

This week is "Art of Sunrise" week, during which our assisted living communities celebrate the arts and the benefits associated with artistic expression.

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'Fuel poverty' remains a worry for many elderly people

The British summertime may be fading and, although the harshest winter months have yet to hit the country, temperatures are already beginning to drop. While some people enjoy the crisp air of brisk autumnal mornings, many older people associate the onset of autumn with the higher heating bills of winter. Elderly people are at particular risk of "fuel poverty" - the inability to pay for adequate heat during the winter - and this can pose a serious risk to their heath.

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Getting a pet could be good for your health

If you're feeling low or have been diagnosed with depression, another alternative might help that you may not have considered - becoming a pet owner.

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Should you think about giving up driving?

As you get older, it's normal for your eyesight to deteriorate a little. While this can be an inconvenience at times, it can present serious risks in some situations, particularly driving. But when is it time to think about giving up driving?

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Avoiding heart disease

Elderly people are susceptible to a range of illnesses, but few are as potentially serious as heart disease. This condition can pose a significant threat to older people, and can be fatal. Fortunately, there are a number of ways in which you can reduce your chance of developing heart disease, many of which are inexpensive and can have a lasting impact.

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