Stroke Rates Decline More Among Men Than Women [AARP]

While the overall stroke rate is declining across the United States, the reduction is mostly driven by decreased rates among men, a new study reports. The results have caused researchers to wonder why women’s rates are not improving. “For decades, women had a lower overall stroke rate than men, but now men appear to be […]

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Mobile Physicians: The modern, the wonderful, and the old-fashion way of patient care~

[Originally Published: May 2013] After caring for our mother (who had Alzheimer’s Disease)  and also our father (who was bedridden and afflicted  with lung, heart, and other ailments ) for almost a decade at home, we  learned about the great advantage of home care by  the use of mobile physicians and mobile home health services. […]

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The Ultimate End-of-Life Plan- How one woman fought the medical establishment and avoided what most Americans fear: prolonged, plugged-in suffering

There is a point when one’s journey leads them to a crossroads and you are faced with the challenge of end-of-life issues. Our parents lived a beautiful and vibrant life. They loved their children unconditionally; they were intelligent and resourceful; they believed in hope, in love, and in God’s miracles.  Our mom suffered with Alzheimer’s […]

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