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Elevated Cholesterol: Six Super Foods To Lower It

By |February 22nd, 2021|Categories: Nursing|

Having elevated cholesterol makes it more likely that you will get heart disease or a stroke. That makes it a serious condition and one that is worth doing something about. Get regular check-ups if you have a cholesterol problem and be sure to follow your doctor’s advice. Following a [...]

All About Mild Stroke: Can It Be Cured And How Soon?

By |February 15th, 2021|Categories: Rehabilitation|

The first three months after a mild stroke are critical. It is during this period that your brain is able to heal rapidly. Whether severe or mild, strokes are caused by an interruption in the flow of blood to the brain. They can result from a burst blood vessel, [...]

Psoriasis Symptoms And Other Diseases Linked To It

By |February 8th, 2021|Categories: Nursing|

Psoriasis, a skin disease with no cure, is a serious condition that needs careful management, especially in the elderly. Psoriasis symptoms vary depending on the type of psoriasis but often include red, itchy patches on the knees and elbows.This chronic disease may flare for a few weeks or months, before [...]

Pulmonary Rehab – What Are Its Benefits And Advantages

By |January 25th, 2021|Categories: Rehabilitation|

The aim of pulmonary rehab is to keep you active if you have a lung condition. Pulmonary rehab is a program of treatment which teaches you how to manage your symptoms and your condition. It also teaches you how to look after your lungs through exercise.You may also be offered [...]

Colostomy Diet Restrictions: What To Eat And Not To Eat

By |January 20th, 2021|Categories: Nursing|

To promote recovery after a colostomy and ileostomy, and to avoid or reduce pain, be careful about what you eat. After surgery, you will need to follow a carefully planned colostomy diet. This means you won’t be able to eat anything you like, and there will be some restrictions.The information [...]

Speech Disorder Therapies: Are These Exercises Necessary?

By |January 11th, 2021|Categories: Nursing|

A speech disorder affects people of all ages and can be frustrating and stressful. They prevent people from freely and fluently expressing their thoughts and feelings. Therapy to help alleviate speech disorders is very beneficial even for stroke sufferers or those with dementia or other neurological conditions, who often suffer [...]

Memory Loss: Occupational Therapy Helps With Forgetfulness

By |January 4th, 2021|Categories: Nursing|

Many people – both adults and the elderly – experience varying degrees of forgetfulness or memory loss. This is a worrying, frightening and frustrating experience, and can curtail your independence and dent your confidence. While severe lack of memory in the elderly cannot be reversed, occupational therapy can help. [...]

Holiday Meal Ideas: Eat Healthy To Stay Safe And Sound

By |December 28th, 2020|Categories: Nursing|

During holiday meals, there is always the temptation to try too many of the tasty treats on offer. But you should consider your diet carefully, especially during these festive occasions. After all, your health, safety, and well-being are precious to you as well as your loved ones. Here are a [...]

Giving IV Therapy In A Nursing Home: What You Should Know

By |December 21st, 2020|Categories: Nursing|

IV (intravenous) therapy, is a fairly common treatment for adults and seniors who require nutrition or medication delivered directly into the bloodstream. Giving IV therapy is possible in a nursing home or hospital, but there are a few things worth knowing. You might wonder what the procedure involves and [...]

Джамшид Мирзаев

By |December 14th, 2020|Categories: Rehabilitation|

Я очень благодарен всем работникам центра Haym Salomon Home за их внимание и заботу. Когда меня сюда привезли, я абсолютно не мог двигаться, даже ногу поднять не мог, настолько они были опухшие. А сейчас с ходунками я могу пройти уже 150 футов (45 м). И это после перелома позвоночника в [...]

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