Dr. Oz's Caregiver's Guide

You don't have to be a nursing expert, a superhero or a saint in order to be a good caregiver. With the right help and support, you can take care of someone without having to give up on your own needs.

Dr. Oz's Caregiver's Guide

As a caregiver, you may find yourself facing a host of new responsibilities, many of which can be intimidating. At times, you may feel overwhelmed and alone. But despite its challenges, caregiving can also be rewarding. There are a lot of things you can do to make the caregiving process easier for both you and your loved one or client. These tips can help you get the support you need while caring for someone else.

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Being armed with knowledge may help you accommodate your client or loved one's needs and put you at ease because you know what to expect with their care. Ask your doctor what they recommend for your client or loved one and research what method of care will help the most.

Watching the Olympics Can Actually Boost Your Health, According to Science

Turns out you don't need to be the athlete to reap health benefits from sports, says Larry Olmsted.

Turns out, you don't need to be the athlete to reap health benefits from sports. Just watching competitions, like the Tokyo Olympics, can actually be good for your health, according to science. New York Times best-selling author Larry Olmsted explains why it's worth your while being a sports fan. Check out his book "Fans: How Watching Sports Makes Us Happier, Healthier and More Understanding."