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Most Diabetics See Low Blood Sugar as Major Health Risk

A new survey of people living with diabetes from the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) finds an overwhelming majority of respondents (81%) indicating that hypoglycemia, a condition also known as low blood sugar (glucose), is a significant health concern.

1/20/15 10:14 AM  read complete story


Obama’s Reflux Should be Warning – Especially for Older Men

News of President Obama’s recent reflux diagnosis could help save the lives of thousands of Americans living with the same condition. This is especially true for males age 50 and older – the demographic most often affected by the disease.

12/8/14 3:50 PM  read complete story


Expert Offers Tips on How to Avoid Cognitive Decline

Even though Alzheimer's disease is the second most feared health condition after cancer, lifestyle choices make a difference in how the condition progresses because our brains have the ability to reorganize by forming new neural connections throughout life in a process called “neuroplasticity.”

12/5/14 06:09 AM  read complete story


Ebola Research: 10-Page Summary of Workshop Released

The Institute of Medicine and National Research Council have released a 10-page brief that summarizes a Nov. 3 workshop which explored current knowledge of the Ebola virus and research priority areas.

11/14/14 09:46 AM  read complete story


A Leading Cause of Death in America: Medical Errors

As healthcare becomes increasingly complex and the potential of medical errors becomes more prevalent, it is vitally important that patients begin to educate themselves and take steps to insure a healthy treatment outcome.

11/11/14 08:31 AM  read complete story


Considering Testosterone Replacement? Here’s the Facts

A recent study notes that prescriptions given to men age 40 and older for testosterone replacement therapy increased by 300% between the years 2001 and 2011. An even more astonishing fact: About one-fourth of the men involved had not received a baseline testosterone test.

11/6/14 8:43 PM  read complete story


Everything Elder Care Workers Need to Know about Ebola

If you work for or are in charge of a health care organization that provides services to the elderly, you’re no doubt aware that information and news about the recent Ebola outbreak in the United States is constantly changing. Here’s a roundup of helpful links to information that will help keep you up-to-date on what you need to know.

10/22/14 12:41 PM  read complete story


Ebola Scammers Targeting Older Americans

The Federal Trade Commission says it has seen an upsurge in the number of “Ebola scammers” targeting older Americans and others. These scammers are making unsubstantiated claims that products containing everything from silver to herbal oils and snake venom can cure or prevent Ebola.

10/16/14 07:54 AM  read complete story


CDC Offers Ebola Infection Prevention Recommendations

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued infection prevention and control recommendations for hospitalized patients with known or suspected Ebola virus disease in U.S. hospitals and says that although this guidance focuses on the hospital setting, they are applicable to any healthcare environment, including nursing homes and skilled nursing facilities.

10/16/14 07:46 AM  read complete story


Do Brain Games Really Improve Your Memory?

"Skip the Sudoku and get out and exercise."

9/30/14 04:17 AM  read complete story

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