By Melanie Hess Dogs work, too. And according to award-winning Therapy Dogs, Inc. tester/observer Barbara Wilson, one of the number one requirements when testing handler-dog partnerships is that the dogs enjoy their jobs. No suit […]
Patients who undergo cardiac-bypass or joint-replacement surgery routinely are given specific guidance to the exercises and therapies they will need to return to their everyday activities and to prevent complications or relapse. […]
Medicare. The impact of the Affordable Care Act has already been positive for millions of Americans on Medicare. Part of the act requires coverage for a slew of preventive annual care, including free physicals, pap smears, colonoscopies, prostate cancer screenings, flu shots and more from physicians who accept Medicare patients. […]
Ready to sell your house?
Karen Knight, Linn County LIVING WELL Magazine
Making the decision to sell your house can be easy or complicated depending on your circumstances. Selling your home takes time, patience and preparation. I’m going to discuss preparing your home prior to listing it for sale.
Nutrition Therapy Improves Outcomes for Many Patients
By Rhonda Landry, C & C Drugs, Northshore LIVING WELL Magazine
We all need food to live. But sometimes a person cannot eat any or enough food due to illness or injury. For some, the stomach or bowel may not be working quite right or they may have had surgery to remove all or part of these organs. Others may have a decreased appetite or difficulty in swallowing due to illness or treatme […]
Patients and Pets
Sherry Little, Executive Director, Home Hospice of Grayson, Cooke & Fannin Counties
As we age, become ill, and ultimately walk through our final journey, we tend to lose the life we have built over the years; not all at once, but in bits and pieces, giving up one thing today and something else tomorrow. […]