Patient Care

How to Boost Health Outcomes with Patient Education

In the ever-evolving landscape of healthcare, patient education emerges as a cornerstone in managing chronic diseases and impacting health outcomes.
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Empowering Seniors with a Proactive Approach to Therapy

As we age, healthcare becomes an increasingly important aspect of our lives. Seniors often face higher medical expenses due to age-related health c...
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Alzheimer’s Awareness: Symptoms to Watch For and How to Respond

Alzheimer’s symptoms vary person to person. Early detection and intervention can make a difference in slowing down progression, and understan...
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Enhancing Senior Care: The Focused Mind Program

As we age, memory issues can pose significant challenges to our overall well-being and independence. However, there is hope in the form of innovati...
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Silent Symptoms: Recognizing the Signs of Hearing Loss in Seniors

Hearing loss is a common issue among seniors, with about one in three older adults experiencing some degree of auditory challenges. Unfortunat...
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5 Lesser-Known Health Screenings that Women Over 65 Should be Receiving

Factors like genetics or one’s environment make it difficult to avoid the onset of chronic conditions as one ages and, when it comes to chronic con...
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Aging with MS: What to Expect and How to Be Proactive

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an immune-mediated disease that affects the central nervous system. The exact cause of MS is still unknown, but it is be...
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Is It Dementia? What to Look For and When to Talk to your Primary Care Provider

Warning signs of dementia can be challenging to discern. After all, who hasn’t misplaced their keys from time to time or forgotten someone’s name? ...
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What Seniors Should Look for in a Primary Care Provider (PCP)

Proactive primary care is an essential factor in the health of seniors. In fact, studies show that U.S. states with higher ratios of primary care p...
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