Retirement Advice for the Elderly

Tips for Seniors Ready to Retire Retirement can be a scary transition for seniors. Whether you’re transitioning from full time work to full time retirement, full time work to part time work, or part time work to full time retirement, there are many adjustments that must be made. What should be a happy time for […]

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 […]

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 […]

Blood Pressure: How Good is “Good Enough?”

New Study Offers Different Perspective on Blood Pressure for Older Adults Prevailing medical thought has generally agreed that systolic blood pressure–usually the first number in a blood pressure reading, and the higher of the two–should be kept under 140. High blood pressure raises significant concern as blood vessels weaken, and it is often a precursor […]

3 Simple Habits Seniors Can Practice to Stay Healthy

Weak Immune Systems Place Elderly At Risk As people age, their immune systems become less effective. Exposure to everyday household germs and pathogens that wouldn’t pose a risk for a stronger immune system can cause recurrent illnesses in elderly people. Those illnesses can also cause significant complications in a body that isn’t as healthy as […]