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Painful Memories of 9/11/2001

  I remember my husband yelled out in confusion from my daughter’s room, as he was getting our 3 year-old daughter ready to be dropped off at school. I ran out of the bathroom, panicking, and dashed to the room. … Continue reading

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The Case About Zika Virus and Caregiving

  The buzz about home acquired Zika Virus in the United States through mosquitoes so far is 6, while travel-associated cases as of today is 1,955, while one person acquired the virus in the laboratory. The total number of the … Continue reading

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The True Meaning of Easter and Passover

                             Easter is the most important and oldest festival of the Christian Church, celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ (in the Western Church< which occurs between March … Continue reading

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Flu Season 101

Flu Season 101 (2013) Flu is a viral contagious infection that affects respiratory system; nose, throat, and lungs. Some of the symptoms of the flu are fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, body aches, headache, chills, and fatigue. In some … Continue reading

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Visual Loss in Alzheimer’s Disease

Visual Loss in Alzheimer ’s Disease       Visual impairment related to Alzheimer’s disease is commonly seen in about 60% of the population.  Loss of vision in Alzheimer’s disease does not directly affect the eye rather by the deterioration of the … Continue reading

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TIPS FOR HIRING A CAREGIVER

The Aging Population Trend in the United States The growth of the population age 65 and over affects many aspects of our society, challenging policymakers, families, businesses, and health care providers, among others, to meet the needs of aging individuals. … Continue reading

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What You Need To Know About West Nile Virus (WNV) West Nile virus is a potentially serious and seasonal illness in North America. It is common during summer and continues into the fall. The virus is spread by infected mosquitoes … Continue reading

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