What Really Delays Dementia?

The In-home Caregiver near Del Mar Sorts Through Some Dementia Theories What’s the “million-dollar question” in medicine today? One of the top few—actually worth far, far more than a million dollars—is what causes dementia. As scientists continue to work night and day to find a cause and a cure for this common disease of the […]

Alzheimer’s Caregivers in North San Diego County – New Statistics

The 2012 edition of Facts and Figures, an annual report released by the Alzheimer’s Association, reveals the burden of Alzheimer’s and dementia on individuals, caregivers, government and the nation’s healthcare system. Quick facts 5.4 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease. One in eight older Americans has Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s disease is the sixth-leading cause […]

Help! I Have Fallen…

Illness can sneak up on you. In previous posts I’ve stressed the importance of making plans for senior care from the senior’s perspective. What happens when the caregiver gets sick?

In-Home Personal Attendants in San Diego County May Be Safest Choice When Possible – Hospital Errors 10 Times Higher Than Previously Estimated, Study Finds

From The California Healthcare Foundation “CaliforniaHealthline” today: The number of hospital-related adverse medical events could be up to 10 times higher than previously estimated, according to a Health Affairs study, Modern Healthcare reports Study Details For the study, University of Utah researchers and colleagues analyzed the records of nearly 800 patients admitted in October 2004 at three […]

In-home Caregivers in San Marcos: How Bad is Skin Cancer?

Some Skin Cancers Not as Critical in Seniors as Doctors and In-home Caregivers in San Marcos Thought In-home caregivers in San Marcos frequently see the suffering and loss of quality of life that cancers of many different types cause. But all cancer does not behave identically, and that fact is magnified in patients that are […]

75% of Doctors Employed in Hospitals by 2014 – Private Practice To End

Continuing trend away from personalized, small-practice healthcare toward impersonal large institutional healthcare While rumors of the death of private practice have been circulating for some time, a recent survey from recruiting firm Merritt Hawkins suggests it may be no exaggeration that the industry will see 75 percent of the nation’s physicians employed by hospitals in 2014. Read more: Physician […]