How to Qualify for Home Health Care

What is Home Health Care? Before we get into the nitty-gritty of home health care, it is important to first define exactly what home health care is. As a general term, home health care refers to a wide variety of medical procedures and tasks that can be done inside...

What Happens When Your Oxygen Level Drops Too Low?

Breathe in. Breathe out. Along with the back beat provided by the heart, breathing is the rhythm of life. Essential to that life is oxygen. This life-supporting element comprises 20% of Earth’s atmosphere, and comprises 65% of your body. When your body does not have...

When Will I Receive My Social Security Check This Month?

According to the Social Security Administration, 64 million Americans will receive Social Security benefits in 2019. These benefits are the core of our country’s social safety net. Those who depend on their monthly Social Security benefits include retired workers and...

Early Signs of Dementia Checklist, Causes, Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention

The thought of dementia causes anxiety in so many people. You may have even found yourself worrying about it. Perhaps someone in your family has dementia or is showing signs that indicate dementia. Perhaps you have noticed a slight loss of memory in yourself as you...

What is Congestive Heart Failure?

In the amount of time that it takes you to read this article, a healthy adult heart will circulate a person’s entire supply of blood through their body 30 times. The right side of your heart continuously receives blood from your body and sends it to your lungs in...

33 Best Parks and Hiking Trails Minneapolis, Minnesota and Surrounding Areas

If you happen to live in Minneapolis, or anywhere in the Twin Cities for that matter, you probably live less than a 10-minute walk from a park or trail. That’s pretty amazing. There are few cities that have done as much as Minneapolis for the health of its residents....

Your Ultimate Guide to Choosing a Home Health Care Agency

If you are currently looking for home health care for yourself or a loved one, you are not alone. Home health care agencies around the country are already helping 12 million Americans. It is estimated that nearly 1 out of 4 people living in the United States can...

Signs and Symptoms of Low Potassium (Hypokalemia) in the Elderly

As you age, you are more likely to experience a potassium deficiency, also known as hypokalemia. Research shows that women over 65 years of age are especially vulnerable to low potassium. Potassium is one of the minerals in your blood that carries an electrical...

At What Cholesterol Level is Medication Required?

There is so much talk about the dangers of “high cholesterol,” you may start to think that all cholesterol is bad. In truth, your body needs cholesterol. This waxy fat, or “lipid,” is necessary for digestion, for building cells, for making certain hormones and for...

What Does Vitamin D Do for Me? Health Benefits, Deficiency Symptoms, and More

Vitamin D gets a lot of attention these days. It is printed in bold letters on food labels when we shop for groceries, there is an abundance of vitamin D supplements on the shelves of every store with a health section and many articles have been written in medical...
How to Qualify for Home Health Care

How to Qualify for Home Health Care

What is Home Health Care? Before we get into the nitty-gritty of home health care, it is important to first define exactly what home health care is. As a general term, home health care refers to a wide variety of medical procedures and tasks that can be done inside...

read more
What Happens When Your Oxygen Level Drops Too Low?

What Happens When Your Oxygen Level Drops Too Low?

Breathe in. Breathe out. Along with the back beat provided by the heart, breathing is the rhythm of life. Essential to that life is oxygen. This life-supporting element comprises 20% of Earth’s atmosphere, and comprises 65% of your body. When your body does not have...

read more
When Will I Receive My Social Security Check This Month?

When Will I Receive My Social Security Check This Month?

According to the Social Security Administration, 64 million Americans will receive Social Security benefits in 2019. These benefits are the core of our country’s social safety net. Those who depend on their monthly Social Security benefits include retired workers and...

read more
What is Congestive Heart Failure?

What is Congestive Heart Failure?

In the amount of time that it takes you to read this article, a healthy adult heart will circulate a person’s entire supply of blood through their body 30 times. The right side of your heart continuously receives blood from your body and sends it to your lungs in...

read more

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