Posts Tagged ‘atlantic coast rehabilitation and healthcare’

Pansinusitis: What It Is, Symptoms, And Effective Treatments

Pansinusitis is when all of the sinuses in your head become infected or inflamed. Usually, a sinus infection, or sinusitis, affects only one or two sinus groups. It may feel like a severe sinus infection but often clears up over time without treatment. However, some cases benefit from medical treatment, such as antibiotics or antifungal medications.    …

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Skilled Nursing Home Celebration Week May 13-19 2018

This entire week, May 13-19, 2018 is National Skilled Nursing Home Week. It was formerly known as National Nursing Home Week. This years 2018 theme is “Celebrating Life’s Stories”. This acknowledgement and praise for the skilled nursing fraternity was established by the American Health Care Association (AHCA) in 1967 and always begins on Mother’s Day. National Nursing…

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Digestive Health Improves With These Super Steps

Digestive health is the key to you leading a happy and productive life. You can avoid chronic illness. Follows these guidelines and watch your health turn for the better.       Digestive Health: Eat Lots of Fiber: Get the 20-35 grams of fiber your body needs each day, choose plant foods like cherries, grapes,…

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Crying Tears Are Really Very Good For Your Health

Crying is really for good for your health. Really. Tears aren’t just water. The liquid layers that make up tears are a lot more like saliva. There’s a lot swimming around in there, including oily lipids, metabolites, electrolytes, enzymes, and even hormones.  Without tears constantly hanging out around (and all over) your eyes, you wouldn’t be…

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Seniors Nervous They Can Afford Long Term Care

84 percent of seniors and current retirees are not very confident they will have enough money to pay for long-term care should they need it, according to a survey released yesterday. That percentage, said the nonpartisan Employee Benefit Research Institute is an increase from last year’s 80%.  The firms polled 1,040 retirees between Jan. 3 and…

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POCD Effects On Seniors Post Surgery, Symptoms, Treatments

POCD ( Postoperative cognitive dysfunction ) is a little-known condition that affects a substantial number of older adults after surgery. Different patients are affected in different ways. Some patients with POCD experience memory problems, difficulty multitasking, learning new things, or setting priorities. Unlike delirium, an acute, sudden-onset disorder that affects consciousness and attention, POCD can…

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Salmonella Scare Triggers More Than 200 Million Eggs Recall

A Salmonella scare has triggered a massive eggs recall here in the United States. About 207 million eggs produced at a farm in Hyde County, N.C., are being recalled because of possible contamination with salmonella bacteria. In a statement, Rose Acre Farms of Seymour, Ind. said that 22 illnesses but no deaths have so far…

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Insomnia Causes, Symptoms, Available Treatments

Insomnia is a sleep disorder that regularly affects millions of people worldwide. Individuals find it difficult to fall asleep or stay asleep. The effects can be devastating. It usually leads to daytime sleepiness, lethargy, and a general feeling of being unwell, both mentally and physically. Mood swings, irritability, and anxiety are common associated symptoms. It has also…

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Depression: Physical Symptoms And Available Treatments

Depression can affect your body as well as your mind. Trouble falling or staying asleep is common in people who are depressed. But some may find that they get too much shut-eye.       Depression: Chest Pain It can be a sign of heart, lung, or stomach problems, so see your doctor to rule…

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The Brain, How it Really Works, The Myths And The Facts

The brain is extremely complex, indeed so complex, that many scientists believe that it can never be fully understood. The idea that you don’t use all of your brain is a widespread myth. Brain scan studies show all areas are active. So products that claim to tap into the “rest of your brain” don’t really do…

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