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Therapy Dolls for Use with Alzheimer's Patients

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Loved ones with Alzheimer’s fear the world every day due to their memory loss. This leaves them vulnerable, and it creates paranoia and a sense of distrust. Recent studies demonstrate the positive benefits that therapy dolls create for Alzheimer’s patients. If you or someone you know is going through Alzheimer’s, talk to their doctor about therapy dolls for sale.  Benefits of a Therapy Doll Mental stimulation Alzheimer’s patients may not be able to regenerate missing brain cells, but they can hinder the degeneration with mental stimulation. Read More»

What Every Winter Swimmer Needs To Know About Swimmer's Ear

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With winter weather settling in, it’s that time of year when many families start taking advantage of the indoor pool services at the local community center. If you’re spending your winter playing in the pool with the kids, it’s important that you don’t dismiss complaints of an earache at any stage. Swimmer’s ear is an inflammatory infection of the outer ear that’s usually due to moisture being trapped in the ear, and it needs medical attention for treatment. Read More»

Going In For Hip Surgery? Tips That Will Help You Prepare

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If you’re going to be having hip surgery, be prepared for the recovery process. You will spend some time in the hospital after the surgery, but most of your recovery time will be spent at home. While the recovery period can be long and arduous, you can make it more productive and comfortable by being prepared. Here are four important pre-surgery steps you should take to help with your recovery process. Read More»

Tips For Preventing Osteoporosis

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Osteoporosis can be a very tricky condition. Most of the time people do not even realize they have osteoporosis until they have a vertebral fracture or something traumatic happens. Then osteoporosis can make recovery much harder. Because of the estrogen drop during menopause and post-menopause, women are more likely than men to have the condition. In fact there are an estimated 10 million individuals with osteoporosis, and of those 10 million, 8 million are women. Read More»

Five Things Seniors Can Do At Home To Alleviate The Symptoms Of Arthritis

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Arthritis and joint pain are common complaints of senior patients. In some cases, these conditions can be so severe that they require home care nursing services to help seniors take care of everyday mobility and self-care issues.  Although arthritis can’t be entirely cured, there are a lot of things senior patients can do to alleviate the symptoms and reduce any discomfort they feel. The following are five things seniors can do at home to alleviate the symptoms of arthritis: Read More»