May 31, 2016 by AnonymousWe all know that we get that warm, fuzzy feeling in our heart when we volunteer, but did you know that studies have established that giving time to others can actually improve blood pressure? In another demonstration of the link between emotional and physical health, research has found that volunteering can reduce blood pressure, and not by a significant amount. The number has been placed as high as a 40% reduction in blood pressure for people who volunteer 200 or more hours each year. Read Article
May 15, 2016 by AnonymousComfort Keepers is dedicated to providing the very best in-home senior care through our unique method of personalized companionship care. When we begin a caregiving relationship with your family, we care for your loved one as if they are part of our own family. We monitor and assist for physical health but also attend to emotional health in order to optimize overall quality of life for the seniors in our care. Read Article
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