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This Week’s Best for July 29, 2016

This Week’s Best for July 29, 2016

An easier life for a caregiver begins with having a morning routine but variety is still the spice of life. A number of good articles have appeared in online magazines and blog posts this week so we’ve put together a list of our top picks in eight categories. We hope you’ll find one or two of them helpful for your personal program of development.

 

 

 

Medicine

FDA Bolsters Warnings About Class of Antibiotics

The FDA is coming out with stronger warnings about a class of antibiotics called fluoroquinolones. For caregivers of elderly who often get two or more different kinds of infection and want to keep informed about what prescribers are giving them, this article explains the risks and benefits for treating certain types.

 

Fitness

5 Signs Your Workout Class Is Way Too Difficult

“No Pain – No Gain” used to be my mantra and no discomfort was going to stop me from completing my workout; until I injured myself. Now I’m older, wiser, and happier with the way I approach exercise and strenuous activities. When you experience these, it’s time to decelerate.

 

Time Management

How to Only Do Things You Actually Want to Do

The infamous To-Do List is a two-edged sword. We can’t get much done without one and most of the time having one causes us additional stress. After you’ve tried everything else to tame the beast, try doing what Christine Carter suggests here to increase your happiness.

 

Emotional Health

How to Know What You Want

This isn’t as easy as it sounds. You may have been raised with the adage, “It’s better to give than to receive” and like many other good people, practiced self-control as you considered their wants ahead of your own. Caregivers are famous for their selflessness and too much of it is not healthy. Three steps will help you figure out the “what” and the fourth step puts it all together.

 

Lifestyle

Top 10 YouTube Channels to Inspire You to Get Outside

These are terrific just to watch as a brief distraction – but be careful because they are so interesting you won’t be able to stop. They have loads of good tips and gorgeous scenery. Of course, the idea is for you to get out a little more often.

 

Caregiving

Are We There Yet? Efforts to Balance Long-Term Services and Supports

Not a “How-To” article but updates us about the issues of home-based care in lieu of institutional care relative to costs and payment.

 

Nutrition

Order This, Not That: Smashburger

Going with friends to Smashburger but still want to eat wisely? Here are food network’s choices for healthier popular selections.

 

Personal Development

11 Science-backed Ways to Build Permanent Habits

Some you know about but a few may be something you don’t do now but would like to try. Of course, the key to any habit-development program is consistency.

 

 

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