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Adjusting To An Artificial Limb

Posted by Peter Gunnison on Jul 30, 2015

Everyone reacts to losing a limb differently. It isn’t a simple process, and it’s normal to experience feelings of shock, anger, and depression. However, with a good support system, planning, and determination, you can adjust to your...

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5 Tips For Spotting A Fake Online Pharmacy

Posted by Peter Gunnison on Jul 20, 2015

Online pharmacies save you a lot of time and energy, they are convenient and you can have medication delivered to your door. However, there are certain things you should know in order to protect yourself from unscrupulous people who set up online...

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3 Care Services For Alzheimer’s Patients

Posted by Peter Gunnison on Jul 10, 2015

As Alzheimer’s disease progresses, the ill person’s abilities to function normally, both mentally and physically, deteriorate. Because of this, many people with Alzheimer’s – or even other types of dementia – require in home care...

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Celebrating The 4th Of July With Barbecue? Tips To Reduce Stains On Your Teeth

Posted by Peter Gunnison on Jun 18, 2015

If you plan to celebrate the 4th of July eating barbecue all day long, you should recognize that barbecue sauce and meat rubs contain ingredients that can leave dark stains on your teeth. You can tackle tooth discolorations with coconut oil,...

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What Services Do Home Health Care Aides Provide?

Posted by Peter Gunnison on May 21, 2015

When you have an elderly family member that is unable to fully care for herself at home, it can be a very stressful situation. It is not always possible to provide the care your loved one needs if you are also trying to work at your job....

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3 Illnesses That Can Be Affected By Food

Posted by Peter Gunnison on May 5, 2015

Dealing with food allergies is a very common problem for many people. In fact, about 15 million people in the United States have some sort of food allergy. But what many people don’t understand is that even if you don’t have a food...

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Chair Ramps

If the only access to a building is stairs, that building is completely closed off to those in wheelchairs. Ramps can also help those with bad knees.
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Lift Chairs

A more high-tech version, lift chairs are perfect for installation in a home or other building that needs to be wheelchair accessible but can't be completely remodeled to fit requirements.
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Other Technology

Recent advances in technology and the computer world have helped make great leaps in the land of wheelchair accessibility, such as special controls or motors.