Our Reviews and Testimonials

Nursing Home Wrong Choice Can Be Devastating To Your Family

nursing home

Choosing a nursing home for your loved one after they are discharged from the hospital is a very big decision. Making the wrong choice can bring serious consequences, such as declining health, loss of independence, and heavy financial costs.   Planning in advance before your loved on is discharged by the hospital will give you…

Read More

A New Brain Implant Possible Cure For Parkinson’e Disease

new brain implant

A new brain implant may lead to a cure for Parkinson’s disease and other neurological illnesses.  Currently, Doctors electrically stimulate various areas of the brain to treat conditions such as epilepsy, stroke, and depression. The treatment sends electrical impulses to control the activity of the brain and central nervous system. Doctors sometimes also use this technique to improve…

Read More

Hospital Emergency Rooms Increasing Safety For Seniors

hospital emergency rooms

Hospital emergency rooms (ER) are upgrading and renovating their facilities so as to increase the safety of their aged patients. Right now, many hospital emergency rooms are noisy, have glaring lights, slippery floors, and no privacy. Indeed, these conditions are dangerous even for younger patents. Many senior citizens are physically frail and have trouble walking.…

Read More

Holiday Recommendations For Alzheimer’s Caregivers

holiday recommendations

Holiday recommendations for caregivers taking care of Alzheimer’s patients is long overdue. They have their hands full taking care of their Alzheimer’s patients throughout the year. But their responsibilities and stress levels really go up during the Holiday season. In this regard, the National Institute on Aging (NIA) has issued a list of recommendations to…

Read More

Bronchitis Or Pneumonia: Is There An Obvious Difference?

bronchitis or pneumonia

Bronchitis and pneumonia have several things in common but are also different. Most people can’t tell the difference, but the key is to take care of either one, before it gets worse. For example, one basic similarity is a cough that lasts for weeks. After that, there are some key differences. Let’s review them.  …

Read More

Flu Shot Vaccine, This Week Last Call, Get Your Shot

Flu shot vaccines are being heavily promoted this week to the public by the CDC (Centers For Disease Control). The CDC has dedicated this week as the National Influenza Vaccination Week.  It is a way to promote and highlight the importance of everyone getting their flu shots now before winter arrives. The 2017 flu was…

Read More

Chronic Pain Afflicts Seniors More Than Other Age Groups

Chronic pain affects senior citizens aged 65+ more so than for any other age group. Is it just age related or are there other factors involved?   Chronic pain among seniors can be so painful, to the point that 20% of aged adults report having to stop daily activities that included sports, exercise, and work.…

Read More

Early Onset Alzheimer’s; What You Need To Know

Early onset Alzheimer’s disease is not typically associated with older adults aged 65+. That age group is diagnosed with the full-blown version of this terrible illness. In facet, the early onset most often occurs in adults younger than 65 years of age. Alzheimer’s is a degenerative disease, which means it will only get worse over…

Read More

Medicare Premiums, Deductibles For Seniors To Be Higher In 2019

Medicare premiums and deductibles for senior citizens will rise in 2019, the Center For Medicare Services (CMS) announced last week. For example, monthly premiums for Part B, will rise  to $135.50 in 2019 from $134 in 2018. Part B covers doctors’ appointments and outpatient hospital care. The deductible for Part B coverage will rise by…

Read More