This week’s celebration of “National Nurses’ Week” and the impending celebration Sunday of Mother’s Day is a perfect time to celebrate the career of a nurse and mother whose common sense efforts to take care […]
Lucky people live long enough to experience caring for beloved aging family or friends, then living through old age. It’s a privilege most people look fondly forward to and take for granted until something happens […]
Influenza (commonly referred to as the “flu”) continues to threaten many American families. Highly contagious, the flu can be serious or even deadly. However, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is urging Americans to get […]
As many students participate in the National School Walkout in protest that something be done following the tragic Parkland school shooting today, it’s a good time to focus on the best way to make needed […]
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New and resumed interactions that accompany the start of a new school year create new bullying risks. The federal government and many states have laws and other rules that make bullying illegal or civilly actionable […]
Practicing water safety is critical!
While living in a well-run assisted-living or other support of residential living arrangement can provide many positive social, safety and healthcare benefit for patients with declining physical or cognitive abilities, most elderly and disabled individuals dread […]
Millions of elderly and disabled Americans live in nursing, assisted living and other care facilities. While patients and their families admit patients to these facility rightly expect these care providers to appropriately and safely care […]