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Colorectal Cancer: What You Need to Know
Colorectal Cancer: What You Need to Know

Over 140,000 people a year are diagnosed with colorectal cancer, the third most common type of cancer in the United States. The good news, however, is…

Medicare Supplement Plans: What's Worth Considering?
Medicare Supplement Plans: What's Worth Considering?

A Medicare Supplement plan, sometimes called a Medigap plan, helps to cover the medical costs that Original Medicare (Parts A & B) doesn’t cover, including coinsurance,…

Boost Your Meals With Chia Seeds
Boost Your Meals With Chia Seeds

“Ch-Ch-Ch-Chia” may sound familiar and cause you to reminisce about commercials from the past. However, today when we think of “chia”, we think of the healthy…

How to Make Your Own Herbal Tea Blends
How to Make Your Own Herbal Tea Blends

If you love tea, you’ll enjoy creating your own unique herbal tea blends by mixing different dried ingredients. Store-bought tea bags can be full of artificial…

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Specific tools for seniors

San Diego’s one-stop guide for valuable information on a range of important senior topics. Easily access directories, resources, and tips on a wide range of senior health and lifestyle topics. As you or your loved ones age, you will need to make many important decisions. We are here to help. Find a physician or healthcare provider for you or your parent, learn more about aging disorders and conditions, and find help selecting insurance or finding insurance counseling resources.

San Diego has some of the best resources available for seniors. Search through our directories of adult day healthcare centers, available caregivers, community services, education and job opportunities, housing, in-home nurses or caregivers, senior centers, and support groups. We’ve also compiled helpful information specifically relating to aging adults, including topics such as Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, end of life, mental health, and nutrition guides. Need to find out more about Medicare / Medicaid or other government programs for seniors? We’ve got directories and informational pages to help make these, often confusing, topics more clear.

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