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With government aid dwindling, Americans who care for aging family members are facing even higher expenses. How to prepare yourself -- and your savings.
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Elderly people who enjoy a drink are less likely to develop dementia, according to a new study.
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Smartphones aren’t just for business executives anymore. Read full Article from SeniorHomes.com
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Musty Odor Spurs Another Recall of J&J/McNeil Product . Read full article.
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Article courtesy Memorial Health System, for Colorado Springs SENIOR Magazine
Movement has always been associated with health, whether it happens on a dance floor, a basketball court, or even with the stroke of a paint brush over canvas. Movement represents vitality, strength, well-being. Read full article.
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About 200,000 office-based prescribers do so electronically, says a national report. The higher numbers could indicate readiness to meet the government's "meaningful use" requirements. Read Article.
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Our 2nd annual prescription drug survey found that some Americans are splitting pills to save money on high priced prescription drugs. That strategy could indeed cut your medication bill, but there's a right way and a wrong way to split pills. Read Article from Health Blog Cosumer Report.
|Posted by agapeofcarmel on August 29, 2010 at 4:35 AM||comments (0)|
Stroke is one of those illnesses that doesn’t seem to be treated as seriously as it should. But if you know someone who’s had a stroke, or have had one yourself, you’ll know stroke can devastate lives, causing problems with all sorts of everyday activities including walking, dressing yourself, speaking, and thinking, depending on the part of the brain affected. Read more.
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Eli Lilly has scrapped a drug being tested for use against Alzheimer’s disease because it increased patients’ symptoms and was also tied to a higher risk of skin cancer. Read more.