Everyone loves to live at their own home. A lot of old people prefer to live at home that they invested. While the senior population in U.S. continues to increase, in-home care services will need to take on a much larger role as we move into the future. The advantages of in-home senior care are
IMPORTANT VACCINES FOR SENIORS August is Immunization Awareness Month Some seniors may need one or more vaccines, even if they received them as a younger adult. Immunity to some diseases can wear off over time so they are at an increased risk of various illnesses. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends the following vaccines
Sleep Can Help You Be a Better Caregiver. Being a caregiver requires a lot of work – both physically and emotionally. In addition to the responsibilities of caregiving, you may deal with your personals problem like work deadlines, social isolation, financial issues and/or medical conditions. Those you l live with also may prevent a good
7 Questions to Ask About Your Breast Cancer Diagnosis Being diagnosed with cancer or any major illness is overwhelming and confusing. You might not know how to start. Here are seven questions to ask your doctor about your diagnosis so you can understand your stage, prognosis and treatment options: What type of breast cancer do I have?
Shopping for bras is complicating thing to do. They were too tight, too loose, too small of a cup or too big. The underwire wouldn’t fit in the right place – poking into my side or smashing into the breast. Especially, people who have breast cancer. Whether you are a breast cancer patient, newly out of