3 Ways To Help A Loved One With Early-Onset Alzheimer's

Posted on: 27 February 2017

An Alzheimer's diagnosis is always upsetting, no matter what the age of the patient. But when someone you love is diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's, it can be especially devastating for everyone involved. Early-onset Alzheimer's is Alzheimer's disease that's diagnosed before the age of 65. It often strikes patients in their 40s and 50s, but can even affect patients in their 30s. Take a look at some things you can do to help a loved one who is dealing with a diagnosis of early-onset Alzheimer's.
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What Did You Get For Christmas? Hopefully, Not Gout

Posted on: 12 January 2017

If you've ever had an attack of gout, you understand why you never want to get it again. Hopefully, you did not get your attack for Christmas, but the holidays are a prime time for this disease to strike. Here's some things you can do to lessen your risk of gout and what you can do to treat it. What Is Gout? Gout is a type of arthritis that is a common source of foot pain in adults.
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What You Need To Know About Medicare Supplement Plan Coverage

Posted on: 12 January 2017

Medicare supplement insurance policies help pay for out-of-pocket health care costs not covered by traditional Medicare. Although Medicare supplement insurance is regulated by federal and state laws, plan options and premiums vary. Therefore it's important to know what basic benefits supplement plans provide as well as how they work. How a Medicare Supplement Plan Works Eligibility. You must qualify for Medicare Part A and Part B before you can purchase Medicare supplemental insurance‚Äďalso known as Medigap.
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Have Case Will Travel--Or Not? Portable Vs. In-Office Ultrasounds For Vets

Posted on: 20 December 2016

If you're a vet looking to make visits a little easier on your animal clientele, you might have a portable ultrasound machine in mind. Those do have advantages, but are they all that they're cracked up to be? Many animals don't like going to the vet's office, so if there's anything that can make getting checked out easier, that should be good -- but you should evaluate more than just that one test to be sure that spending money on a portable ultrasound is the right move.
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