Archives for February 2017

Fall Prevention for Older Adults

Although you may think nothing of hopping out of the shower, walking down your icy driveway, or bending over to tie your shoes, these simple tasks can be dangerous for older adults. Any of the above could cause a life-threatening fall. Keep reading to learn what you can do to prevent an older adult from falling [Read More….]

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What is COPD?

Maybe it began with a simple cough, and then over time, it became more difficult for you to breathe. You thought all of your breathing problems were just a consequence of getting older, but your doctor has just told you that you have COPD. What does this confusing acronym mean, and what does having this [Read More….]

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Using Oxygen Therapy for Pulmonary Fibrosis

Despite being on a number of medications and engaging in rehabilitative therapy for your pulmonary fibrosis, you’re still experiencing symptoms that are making it hard for you to enjoy your life. Have you ever considered the benefits of using oxygen therapy for better sleep, more energy, and improved health? Pulmonary Fibrosis and Oxygen Deprivation Pulmonary [Read More….]

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Getting Seniors Online for Medical Supply Orders

You’ve already discovered the joys of ordering everything from shoes to movie tickets online, and maybe you’re wondering if your aging loved one could also benefit from ordering their medical supplies via the web. You might worry that your parent or older friend might not be as technologically savvy as you are. Keep reading to [Read More….]

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Urinary Incontinence in Women

Urinary incontinence is the unintentional release of urine that results from the loss of control or weakening of the urinary sphincter. According to the American Urological Association, the condition affects one-quarter to one-third of both sexes in the United States. However, urinary incontinence seems to be more prevalent among women compared to men. In fact, [Read More….]

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5 Unexpected Signs of Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a surprisingly common condition that affects approximately 18 million Americans, interfering with their ability to breathe properly while sleeping. Apnea is a relatively common condition, yet is still considerably misunderstood by the medical community and those who suffer from it. Sleep apnea comes with a host of symptoms; some more well-known than [Read More….]

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Military Mom Support with Mom2Mom Global

Breastfeeding is a learned behavior. In order to succeed, new moms need to be surrounded by women who can “show them the ropes”. For military families, breastfeeding can be even more of a challenge. Military moms have to face the chance of deployments, often worrying that they might not have their spouse there to help [Read More….]

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