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Carers of Elderly People Need Respite, Too, Especially Amid the COVID-19 Crisis

Caregivers of elderly people encountered a new set of challenged during the coronavirus pandemic. The lockdown and quarantine restrictions have made it difficult for you to access vital medical and health services. The person you’re looking after might have also grown cranky because of staying indoors and not seeing their loved ones for a long …

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A Hard Pill to Swallow? Helping Your Older Patients Take Their Medication

Older people, especially those 65 years old and above, are prone to multiple health problems that require constant healthcare interventions. Doctors prescribe older adults to follow a prescribed regimen that involves taking various medications in a day. Although medication is designed to successfully treat a condition and improve the quality of life, many older adults …

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Having No Guilt When You Spend Time and Money for Yourself

People keep misunderstanding the concept of self-care. Some people even frown over the idea of prioritizing yourself over others. That is probably why a lot of people have doubts whenever they want to enjoy their “me time.” Other people believe that self-care is all about pampering and treating yourself. However, self-care is not about selfish …

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Need to Go Out in This New Normal? Don’t Forget to Bring These

It won’t be long before the entire country eases to general community quarantine. You might already report to work or travel for essential reasons. Remember, though, these are still cautious times, and you need to adjust to the new normal—hopefully for the time being. Until then, you need to bring with you some essentials to …

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Alternative Scoliosis Treatments: Should You Choose Them?

In general, doctors in the UK will recommend three different scoliosis treatments for patients: observation, bracing, and surgery. These are the most effective and proven treatments for scoliosis. They are chosen based on the severity of the condition (e.g., observation is recommended for mild scoliosis, bracing for moderate, and surgery for severe). But over the past couple …

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