Monthly Archive for: ‘April, 2010’

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    Elderly Dehydration: Signs, Symptoms, and Prevention

    Dehydration is a common condition that afflicts many people over the age of 65. Because the symptoms of dehydration are masked by the aging body, patients and caregivers typically overlook the warnings signs until it is too late. But, dehydration can be avoided if you …

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  • Caregiver Support: Preventing Caregiver Burnout

    Who Will Care for the Caregiver? For most people, caring for their loved one is only the logical thing to do. There is no second thought when it comes to providing that extra care that they need. Many think to themselves “why wouldn’t I do …

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  • How To Care For Aging Parents

    How to Care For Aging Parents

    If you are caring for an aging parent or other elderly loved one, this book could be a wonderful and valuable resource for you and your family. The task of being a caregiver can be extremely difficult, especially when you may be second guessing your …

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  • Geriatric Care and Assessment

    What is Geriatrics? Geriatrics is a field of medicine that encompasses only the elderly, and unlike common misconception, geriatrics simply refers to the maintaining of a healthy quality of life for the elderly. Geriatrics is a medical branch in its own right, as it is …

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