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Asthma in Children

Being a parent is most the most rewarding and one of the scariest relationships a person could have. The love you feel for your child is all-encompassing and indescribable. If something affects their health, you feel like you’re the one who can’t breathe. Feeling like you can’t get enough oxygen into your lungs is what…

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Asthma in Children

Jeannette Rosier Befriends Baby B

When the subject of home healthcare comes to mind, it’s usually accompanied by images of senior family members who need assistance. And while this is often the case, it’s good to be aware that these type of services are available for patients of any age. Take Baby B, for example. At only seven months of…

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Jeannette Rosier Befriends Baby B

How to Communicate with a Nonverbal Autistic Child

Having a child comes with a very wide range of emotions: from overwhelming love, to constant worry about their wellbeing and overall health and happiness. When a child is diagnosed as nonverbal, the list of things to worry about increase exponentially: How do you know if your child needs anything? Is he or she feeling…

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How to Communicate with a Nonverbal Child

Best Exercises for Older Adults

There is an adage that has withstood the test of time because it’s true: Exercising is essential for maintaining good health. Being of senior age does not change this fact. How much a person should exercise depends on their medical history. However, even with limitations, there are ways to lead an active lifestyle later in…

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Best Exercises for Older Adults

Alexa for Seniors

Once upon a time, we relied on old-fashioned items, such as rotary telephones or phone books to place a phone call or find a phone number. This was the norm for everyone, so we didn’t really think much about it. But when older family members developed ailments such as arthritis or impaired vision, simple tasks…

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Alexa for Seniors

Sleep Tips for Older Adults

Having trouble sleeping well is not uncommon for elderly loved ones, and sometimes there is a medical reason. If your loved one’s doctor can’t find any medical cause, though, you’re left to try other solutions. 5 Sleep Tips for Older Adults With Trouble Sleeping Some of these solutions might help your loved one, or you,…

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Sleep Tips for Older People

Stomach Cancer in the Elderly

Home Care Jensen Beach FL-Stomach cancer is a disease that develops in the upper digestive system. It can occur in people who have no family history of the disease or in those who have several family members with stomach cancer. There are, however, some risk factors that could cause older adults to have a higher chance of developing the disease.

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Stomach Cancer in the Elderly

Denture Care Tips

Whether your elderly loved one is new to dentures or you’re simply new to helping them with their dentures, there are some tips that can make the job a little bit easier. Your loved one’s dentures make it possible for them to continue to eat healthy foods and they also help to give them a better…

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Denture Care Tips

How to Care for Someone With Crohn’s Disease

Nearly 1.4 million Americans are living with Crohn’s, an unpredictable disease that often requires a lifetime of care. For seniors, the symptoms may not only cause debilitating pain but may also cause serious complications when combined with other health conditions. Because there is no cure for Crohn’s, individuals living with the disease are focused on…

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How to Care for Someone With Crohn's Disease

Dietary Habits That Trigger Elderly Incontinence

Does your elderly loved one make frequent trips to the restroom or display signs of urinary incontinence? Nearly fifty percent of nursing home residents suffer from incontinence. Studies show that certain foods and substances can irritate the bladder, triggering episodes of incontinence, especially in the elderly. The 4 Worst Dietary Habits That Trigger Elderly Incontinence Take…

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Dietary Habits That Trigger Elderly Incontinence