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6 – Budget Friendly Ways For Seniors To Stay Fit In Mind And Body

Another article contributed by Kelly Coleman of Consumer Health Labs Being health-conscious your whole life is a great way to set yourself up for strength of mind and body in your golden years, but it’s not the only way. It’s … Continue reading

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Preventing Occurrence of Pressure Ulcer to Geriatrics

Pressure ulcers (sometimes called as pressure sores, decubitus ulcers, bedsores), is a common medical complications, particularly among the physically limited or bedridden elderly. For a number of elderly individuals, pressure ulcers may become chronic for no apparent reason and may … Continue reading

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Self-Care in the Quest for Personal Growth

This article was another contribution by Kelley Coleman In a lot of ways, that’s what it all comes down to: personal growth. Everything else – a nicer house, a bigger salary, a fancy alma mater – is chasing after wind. … Continue reading

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The Grand Tour of The Human Body

(This article was written by one of our staff employee taking her medical profession and had been published at in-training.org/grand-tour-human-body-11067, in-Training: Stories from Tomorrow’s Physicians, Volume 2. Currently, a graduating student of the University of Illinois at Chicago College of … Continue reading

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Green Green Grasses at Our Homes

Canadian academic, science broadcaster and environmental activist, Dr. David Suzuki, suggests that we are one brief generation in the long march of time. The future of the Earth is not ours to erase. All that we know and believe about … Continue reading

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How Seniors Can Age In Place Safely

This article was contributed by Kent Elliot (not affiliated with our home health agency), who will be launching his book in relation to aging seniors. Watch out for his upcoming book Many seniors find it difficult to think about what … Continue reading

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Tips for Seniors Improving their Wellness

(Another article contributed by a free-lance writer, Kelly Coleman) As a senior, you know to make health a priority in your life. Between power walking, prescriptions, and doctor’s visits, you might think you have it covered. However, there is more … Continue reading

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My Cancer Is Gone!!!

There was a person that this writer knows well. He doesn’t knew that he had a disease. Five years ago while he was still working he experienced an on and off severe pain and swelling on his left leg. He … Continue reading

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How Oral Hygiene and Diabetes… and Why You Should Care

(This article was contributed by a free-lance writer, Kelly Coleman, which had also provided us lately an article on our Blogpage.) If you know anything about diabetes, you are probably aware that there are two types: type 1 (or juvenile-onset) … Continue reading

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A Finer Figure Flatters Your Health

(This article was contributed by a free-lance writer) If you’re dreaming of a new outfit, or getting back into your favorite jeans, changing to a more healthy diet can work wonders. But, beyond the new flattering figure, and perhaps more … Continue reading

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6 – Budget Friendly Ways For Seniors To Stay Fit In Mind And Body

Another article contributed by Kelly Coleman of Consumer Health Labs Being health-conscious your whole life is a great way to set yourself up for strength of mind and body in your golden years, but it’s not the only way. It’s … Continue reading

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Preventing Occurrence of Pressure Ulcer to Geriatrics

Pressure ulcers (sometimes called as pressure sores, decubitus ulcers, bedsores), is a common medical complications, particularly among the physically limited or bedridden elderly. For a number of elderly individuals, pressure ulcers may become chronic for no apparent reason and may … Continue reading

READ MORE »

Self-Care in the Quest for Personal Growth

This article was another contribution by Kelley Coleman In a lot of ways, that’s what it all comes down to: personal growth. Everything else – a nicer house, a bigger salary, a fancy alma mater – is chasing after wind. … Continue reading

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