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Home Health Care Industry Booming as America Ages

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Home Health Care

As America ages and baby boomers enter their golden years, the demand for home health care services has drastically increased.

Health care advances allow seniors to receive medical treatment at home for quicker recovery, reduced costs, and better quality of life.

As America ages and baby boomers enter their golden years, the demand for home health care services has drastically increased. Shorter hospital stays along with advances in home care technology have paved the way for the aging population to receive comprehensive skilled nursing services in their own home – while under a physician’s plan of care. Read more


Top 8 Heart Attack Recovery Tips

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Follow these simple lifestyle changes for faster healing and better outcomes

If you have recently suffered a heart attack, you will most likely be able to return to your normal activities. However, it’s important that you make some healthy lifestyle changes and follow the instructions of your health care providers.

With a few lifestyle adjustments, you can easily take charge of your health to enjoy a successful recovery and a quality, productive future. Read more


Cold and Flu FAQ

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Cold and Flu SeasonWhat causes the common cold? What causes the flu? When and why do they strike? Test your knowledge of these cold and flu basics with out list of Frequently Asked Questions.

What causes the common cold?

More than 200 viruses can cause the common cold. A cold virus usually infects only the upper respiratory tract: nose and throat, so symptoms will be predominately above the neck. Symptoms include a runny nose, sore throat, sneezing, coughing, congestion, and watery eyes. These symptoms can last for up to two weeks.

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