Sleep Deprivation Increases Risk For Diabetes, Heart Attack, Hypertension

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Sleep of six to eight hours a night is vital for your continued good health. While doctors repeatedly advise to get enough sleep, hectic daily schedules prevent many of us from getting it.   Now comes a new study, which shows that¬†insufficient nightly sleep can increase your risk for high blood pressure, type-2 diabetes and…

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Zantac Sales Suspended By CVS Pharmacy Amid Cancer Concerns

In a dramatic move, CVS Pharmacy is suspending the sale of Zantac, a popular medication used to treat heartburn. As well, CVS is also suspending the sale of ranitidine, a generic, that also treats heartburn, until further notice.   This news comes almost immediately after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) found impurities in…

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Knee Pain, Causes, Symptoms And Possible Treatments

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Knee pain is more prevalent in the United States than you can even imagine. Indeed, according to the Arthritis Foundation, more than 31 million Americans suffer from this condition.   Most people really don’t realize how valuable healthy knees are until these joints deteriorate on them. In fact, your knees are your largest, most complex…

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Real ID Is Coming, Do You Really Know Who You Are?

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Real ID is coming to the United States and will become the law on October 1, 2020. What is it, you ask? It is a law that Congress passed back in 2005 in response to the 9/11 tragedy. A main objective is to curb identity theft.   October 1, 2020, is the first day the…

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Aspirin For Seniors To Ward Off Heart Disease Not Recommended

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Aspirin for seniors to ward off heart attacks or heart disease is no longer recommended by doctors.   Heart disease includes conditions such as coronary heart disease, heart attacks, high blood pressure, and stroke. Cardiovascular diseases are the leading causes of death and disability among senior citizens in the United States.   In the past,…

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Can Senior Citizens Lose Weight And Manage To Keep It Off?

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Can senior citizens lose weight and then manage to keep it off? Seniors are more susceptible to chronic disease due to their weakened immune systems — and obesity is a high-risk factor for other diseases. To put it plainly, the heavier you are, the sicker you often become.   Indeed, according to the Centers for…

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Tech Bracelet Accurately Tracks Vital Signs, No Wires, Batteries

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A tech bracelet accurately tracks vital signs without any attached wires or circuits. The new device, just brought to market, tracks movement, heart rate, and breathing.¬† There are no hindering wires, batteries or circuits — it’s light weight and unobtrusive. Best of all, it sticks to your skin like a band-aid, you never have to…

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Tower Lodge Care Center Reviews

See what our clients have recently reported to the independent healthcare consumer resource website, www.nursinghomes.com regarding our care!

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