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4 Steps to Reporting Nursing Home Abuse

It’s something that no one wants to discover: the person we love is being abused in a nursing home. Anger. Fear. Sadness. The reality of nursing home abuse causes a rush of feelings not just in the victim, but also…
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The Gender Divide: Signs of a Female Heart Attack

In the movies, a heart attack is always easy to spot. The individual clutches at their chest with a pained expression on their face before tumbling to the floor while muttering “I’m having a heart attack” through clenched teeth. The…
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Missed Cancer Diagnoses: Signs You May Have a Case

Approximately 39% of men and women will be diagnosed with some type of cancer in their lifetime according to recent evidence. Fortunately, advances in both medicine and treatment have increased the survival rate for many of those people. But only…
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Say Goodbye to Forced Arbitration

Things are about to get a whole lot easier. For you. For your family. When the time comes to find a suitable home for an elderly loved one, every little thing that makes that process simpler, better, and hassle-free is…
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The True Cost of Pressure Ulcers

Approximately 2.5 million reported cases, 60,000 deaths from complications, 17,000 lawsuits, and anywhere from $9-12 billion in associated costs annually. We’re not talking about cancer, or heart disease, or any other high profile condition. No, those numbers are about something…
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Zika Virus Symptoms

You’ve no doubt heard about the Zika virus. It’s been in the news a lot lately, and with good reason. We’re currently in the midst of an outbreak, and the World Health Organization declared it a Public Health Emergency of…
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9 Tips to Better Care for Your Elderly Loved Ones

Caring for an elderly loved one can be a tremendously rewarding experience. It has brought families closer together, and made the last years of someone’s life a positive and joyous time for everyone involved. But it’s not without its challenges….
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