Managing Osteoarthritis Successfully isn’t Impossible

September 12, 2019

Managing osteoarthritis successfully (OA) doesn’t have to be overwhelming.  OA is the most common types of arthritis in older people and affects more than 30 million men and women in the United States. Women are affected more often than men. It’s also called degenerative joint disease or “wear-and-tear” arthritis. And there’s a good reason for […]

Know This about Private-Pay Home Health

September 10, 2019

Are you considering home health? You may find that you Medicare doesn’t cover you. Medicare will cover home health if you are home-bound, being treated by a physician with a documented care plan and require intermittent care for a finite amount of time. If you qualify, you’ll be treated by a registered nurse, physical therapist, […]

Help Someone Survive a Stroke by Spotting the Symptoms

September 4, 2019

If you know how to spot the symptoms, you could help someone survive a stroke. Strokes can happen to anyone. In fact, someone has a stroke every 40 seconds in the U.S. What is a Stroke There are two main types of stroke: Ischemic stroke 87% of all strokes in the U.S. are ischemic strokes. […]

How Exercise Keeps Your Brain Healthy

September 3, 2019

  Physical exercise, especially aerobic exercise, keeps your brain healthy in a few different ways. And the good news is that exercising for even just 20 minutes helps the way you process information and remember it. So how does this all happen? Exercise Helps Your Blood Flow Exercise increases your heart rate. It makes your […]

How Grief Affects your Body

August 30, 2019

  If you are dealing with the loss of a loved one, you may have noticed that grief affects your body. It’s comforting to know that the things you feel physically are a natural consequence of your loss. Many people find that grief affects them physically. Doctors classify grief into two types: acute and persistent. […]