Katherine Drew

Katherine lives by the motto "life is too short to waste your time on trivial matters." As a retired librarian, she spends her free time sewing, knitting and taking long walks in the park to stay fit.

Pet Ownership for Seniors: What to Expect When Owning a Dog or Cat

As we grow older, we’re likely to feel lonelier. Our friends and loved ones move or pass away, making it increasingly difficult to participate in social activities. But loneliness and isolation became even harder for older adults during the COVID-19 pandemic—seniors felt less companionship and had fewer social interactions during the lockdowns. Chronic loneliness among seniors …

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Loss of Confidence and Malnutrition: How Tooth Loss Affects Seniors

As you grow older, your body changes with you. No one is more aware of this than seniors who, because of their age, have undergone different bodily transformations throughout their lives. Their skin and hair are the most obvious indication of age. After having brown hair and supple skin in their youth, as they reached …

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Non-prescriptive Alternative Pain Remedies for the Elderly

No one wants to constantly feel pain. People who suffer from joint discomfort, arthritis, or carpal tunnel syndrome will likely suffer for the rest of their lives due to their difficulties. The activities you enjoyed doing before may not be as easy as they used to be anymore without necessary help. Additionally, there is no …

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