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Four In-Home Health Care Services For Stroke Recovery

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If you or a loved one has had a stroke, the road to recovery can be long and difficult. However, with in-home health services, the road is made easier. There are a variety of services that can be provided for a stroke survivor in their home to make the process less difficult. The following are only a few of the important services to aid in your stroke recovery. Physical rehabilitation Read More»

2 Signs That You May Have Asthma

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Although you may know individuals who have asthma, you may have never thought that you fall into this category. While you might occasionally suffer from shortness of breath, this might have become such a normal occurrence that you think nothing of it. However, the breathing problems that you may take as normal could mean something much more serious. Use this information to learn more about two signs that you may have asthma. Read More»

Pet Allergy Symptoms And Treatment

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Pets shed a combination of hair and dead skin cells referred to as dander. Unfortunately, after getting a pet, some people find that they’re allergic to dander. If this is you, it’s best to make an appointment with an allergy specialist to diagnose your allergy and recommend a course of management. A percentage of people with severe allergies to dander will have to re-home their pet. However, many others are able to keep their pet and manage their allergies. Read More»

Plantar Fasciitis And 3 Ways To Decrease Pain Caused By It

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With 2 million people being treated for it each year, plantar fascists is the most common type of foot pain. Here is more information about plantar fasciitis and three ways to decrease the pain caused by it.  What Is Plantar Fasciitis?  The thin ligament that lies just underneath the skin on the bottom of the foot is called the plantar fascia. This ligament is responsible for supporting the arch in your foot. Read More»

Senior Caregiving: 4 Total Body Benefits Of Vision Care

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Serving as a senior loved one’s caregiver provides you with the opportunity to return all the kindness that they have shown to you through the years. From helping them prepare nutritious meals to serving as an advocate at doctor appointments, there is nothing you won’t do to make your loved one’s life better. Unfortunately, vision care often gets put on the back burner when a senior begins to experience serious health problems. Read More»