Month: June 2021

Unforgettable Love: An Insight into Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care

Out of all the illnesses that may occur in an aging person, Alzheimer’s and dementia would have to be some of the most debilitating of them all. Other diseases would target the heart, lungs, or colon, but this one targets a central part of the body—a central part of your personality, in fact—and it’s none […]

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A Patient’s Guide to Kidney Disease and Palliative Care

Living with chronic kidney disease (CKD) is difficult to manage, especially if you have to do it alone. It requires recurring laboratory tests for monitoring, occasional assistance for walking, pain mitigation, and medication management. Most of the time, most patients request their loved one’s help daily, but they have their own busy schedules to manage, […]

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Good Ways to Care for Diabetic Ulcers as Well as Sores

One of the side effects of diabetes is raising the likelihood of sores and ulcers. Ulcers are essentially open sores which are sometimes called wounds on the skin which don’t heal properly. Ulcers usually manifest on the legs and feet of a person; other areas include folds of skin on a stomach and in one’s […]

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4 Advantages of Hiring a Respite Care for Seniors in 2021

When an individual grows old, they often worry about who will take care of them or see to their needs when they can no longer care for themselves. This is where respite care can come in. Respite care can allow seniors to live a stress-free life at the end of their days. Here are some […]

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