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How to Effectively Communicate with Alzheimer's
How to Effectively Communicate with Alzheimer's Thu, Apr 12, 2018 Just as the symptoms of Alzheimer's vary from one person to the next, communications skills do as well. Here are some strategies to effectively communicate with a loved one with Alzheimer's Disease. Read More

Dementia and Physical Stamina
Dementia and Physical Stamina Thu, Mar 29, 2018 A new study links your physical stamina now to your risk for dementia later in life. Read More

Are Health Care Providers Hesitant to Hug Patients?
Are Health Care Providers Hesitant to Hug Patients? Wed, Mar 14, 2018 Medscape polled health care providers about how likely they are to hug their patients. The results may surprise you! Read More

Is it Time for Assisted Living?
Is it Time for Assisted Living? Fri, Feb 16, 2018 There are warning signs that might suggest it is time to make the move into assisted living. Read More

Virtual Care: Is it Right for You?
Virtual Care: Is it Right for You? Thu, Jan 25, 2018 Virtual doctor visits are on the rise, especially as we reach the peak of cold and flu season. If you are not familiar with virtual care, fear not. Here’s what you need to know to make the right health decision for you. Read More

New Guidelines for High Blood Pressure Just Released
New Guidelines for High Blood Pressure Just Released Mon, Nov 13, 2017 Last week the American Heart Association released new guidelines to define high blood pressure. Under the new guideline, 46% of adults in the US are now considered to have high blood pressure. That accounts for over 103 million people. This change wi... Read More

World Stroke Day: Top 15 Facts you Should Know
World Stroke Day: Top 15 Facts you Should Know Sun, Oct 29, 2017 October 29 is World Stroke Day. It is a day to raise awareness for not only the prevention and treatment for stroke, but also to educate the world on how big of a health concern stroke is. Read More

Why do Seniors Bruise More Easily?
Why do Seniors Bruise More Easily? Wed, Oct 25, 2017 Do you feel that with age you find more and more bruises on your skin? In fact, most of the time you don’t even recall what happened to you.  It is true that some people bruise more easily than others, especially women, but age also is a contributing... Read More

Do you Know the Warning Signs for Stroke?
Do you Know the Warning Signs for Stroke? Mon, Oct 02, 2017 The American Heart Association reports that each year 800,000 people have a stroke and about 130,000 die because of it. That makes stroke a leading cause of death in the United States. Do you know the warning signs? Would you know to act immediately ... Read More

Stroke Prevention- 4 Lifestyle Changes to Reduce your Risk
Stroke Prevention- 4 Lifestyle Changes to Reduce your Risk Wed, Sep 27, 2017 When it comes to reducing your chances of having a stroke, there are many factors out of your control. Gender, age, and family history are just a few of the risk factors that you can do nothing about. The good news is there are some lifestyle changes... Read More

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