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As a pioneer in senior living since 1910 and the only Life Plan Community (Continuing Care Retirement Community) in the New Braunfels area, EdenHill Communities is a thought leader across the full spectrum of aging services. Stay tuned to our blog, a resource providing educational and helpful advice for seniors, family members, and caregivers.

Strength Training Key to Maintaining Health

February 20, 2020By Rachel ClarkWellness

When an intruder broke into the Rochester, N.Y., home of 82-year-old Willie Murphy a few months ago, he was met with a big surprise. Murphy, a diminutive but powerlifting woman, quickly jumped into action, using her strength to pummel the intruder with a broom and send him running for the door. Not surprisingly, the story … Read More

What You Need To Know About Cancer Prevention Month

February 11, 2020By Rachel ClarkEdenHill, Healthy Living, Wellness

February is Cancer Prevention Month. In the United States, about one in four new cancer cases and nearly half of all cancer deaths are related to preventable causes. These include tobacco use, obesity, exposure to ultraviolet light, and vaccine-preventable infections with cancer-associated pathogens. Adopting healthy lifestyles that eliminate or reduce the risk of recognized causes … Read More

National Blood Donor Month: What you Need to Know

January 10, 2020By Rachel ClarkGIVING, Healthy Living, LifeStyle & Activities, News, Uncategorized, Volunteer, Wellness

According to the American Red Cross, winter is “one of the most difficult times of year to collect enough blood products to meet patient needs.” That’s because of busy holiday schedules, bad weather which leads to canceled blood drives, and other things. Plus, seasonal illnesses such as the flu can cause regular donors miss a … Read More

Dementia: Drug that Quells Brain Inflammation Reverses Disease

January 2, 2020By Rachel ClarkAlzheimer's, Dementia, LifeStyle & Activities, Medicare, Memory Cafe, Memory Support, Senior Care, Wellness

A new study shows that drugs that tamp down inflammation in the brain could slow or even reverse the cognitive decline that comes with age. In a publication appearing in the journal Science Translational Medicine, University of California, Berkeley, and Ben-Gurion University scientists report that senile mice given one such drug had fewer signs of brain … Read More

When Should I Consider Assisted Living?

December 19, 2019By Rachel ClarkAssisted Living, Caregiving, Senior Care

Terms related to Retirement Living can often be confusing.  What’s the difference between Independent Living and Assisted Living?  How do you know which level of care is most appropriate? Independent Living is just that – folks live independently. They are responsible for taking their own medications. They are active in their communities, often driving themselves. … Read More