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4 Reasons to Try a Hot Bath for Sore Muscles

Written by American Standard on December 10, 2020 Hot baths help with a long list of medical complaints. No matter whether you’re living with headaches or dry skin, a soak in the tub can be a simple and effective at-home therapy. You can also try a hot bath for muscle recovery. Although studies debate whether you’re better off taking a hot or […]

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Refresh Your Bathroom

With this Step-by-Step Cleaning List Written by American Standard on March 12, 2020, updated June 2021   If you’re like 52 percent of people, you might dread cleaning the bathroom. With these simple and effective bathroom cleaning hacks, you’ll never struggle to get into spring cleaning mode again — and your bathroom will never look better! Health and Safety First This […]

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Accessible Design in Mind

Creating an Accessible Bathroom Written by American Standard Walk-in Tubs Canada, June 2021 The way we live in our homes today, and how aging well has become so important that builders, renovators and homeowners are starting to pay more attention to creating an accessible and universal design plan for today’s generations.  Products, design details and […]

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Hydrotherapy and Fibromyalgia: Can it Help?

Written by American Standard on April 26, 2019, updated May 12, 2021   If you have aches and pains throughout your body and nothing has been helpful in relieving the pain, it might be beneficial to turn toward hydrotherapy. Whether you’re experiencing fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS) or another form of body pain, low-impact exercise might be helpful. Learn more […]

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How to Talk to Your Parents About Aging Safely in Their Homes

Updated for December 2020 It’s important to keep the lines of communication open between you and your parents as you both get older. It’s not that they don’t realize they’re aging, but they may not be comfortable reaching out for help from their children. A good idea is to make it a two-way conversation, so […]

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Senior Brain Games to Help Keep Your Mind Sharp

Written by American Standard on March 26, 2020 As we get older, we start to notice changes in our bodies and minds. Along with physical effects like aches and pains, our brains aren’t as sharp as they once were. Although we can’t completely beat the test of time, there are different activities we can do to be proactive […]

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