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Tips for Selecting the Right Home Care Provider

    November is National Home Care and Hospice Month, which is the time of year when caregivers are celebrated for their tireless efforts to treat our country’s elderly, disabled, and dying. There are millions of people who are part of the home care and hospice community. They include nurses, aides, social workers, therapists, and many more. These compassionate folks do everything possible to help patients and their families as they struggle to overcome many different challenges.   According to the National Association for Home Care & Hospice, home care workers altogether travel more than 7.6 billion miles every year… Read More

September is World Alzheimer’s Month

Every September, the world is involved in an international campaign known as World Alzheimer’s Month. It is meant to raise awareness for Alzheimer’s disease and challenge the stigma surrounding dementia. As few as one in every 10 individuals living with dementia in low and middle income countries receive a diagnosis, according to Alzheimer’s Disease International. If a diagnosis of dementia is made early enough, those with the disease and their families can be better equipped to cope with the course of the condition. Early detection also allows those suffering from dementia to sometimes live more meaningful and productive lives. Those… Read More

New to Diapers? Here Are a Few Points to Keep in Mind

  Did you know that July is the second most popular month for babies being born? September is the most popular month, which means that there will be many new parents in the upcoming months. Given this, they will have many questions and some concerns, and a good percentage of those will be on the same topic: diapers.   If you are a new parent, diapers may seem foreign and make you a little uncomfortable. The truth is that no parent will be a diaper expert in the beginning, but those who have been there before will tell you that… Read More

Tips for Managing Female Incontinence Symptoms in the Winter

  Now that we’re about a month into the winter season, it’s as important as ever for women who have suffered symptoms of urinary incontinence in the past to take special precaution. In addition to the colder temperatures and snow, winter is also known for the presence of the flu virus. We are in the middle of the flu season, and it shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon.  This means coughing, sneezing, and other symptoms that increase the likelihood of experiencing leakage.  In addition to that, most women sweat less in the winter, meaning they’re more likely to… Read More

Why Everyone Should Know about National Bladder Health Awareness Month

  Millions of Americans right now are dealing with a bladder illness and choose to remain silent – whether because they’re embarrassed by it or they don’t think that there is anything that can be done to fix it. When we talk about bladder health and conditions that could affect the urinary system, there are a wide variety of conditions out there.   From urinary incontinence and urinary tract infections to bladder cancer, it’s important for the general public to be aware of the causes and symptoms of these conditions. This is why National Bladder Health Awareness was started. It… Read More

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