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Stress is a natural part of human life. Everyone experiences it at one time or another. Stress is the human body’s way of managing problems.
Learn more about how a good nights rest can help you better manage Diabetes.
Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most common type of dementia that targets the brain. Ultimately, Alzheimer’s damages a person’s mental ability and can cause symptoms such as memory loss in adults of all ages. Most cases are seen in individuals who are sixty years of
Hospital readmissions affect 20 percent of patients. Learn about the 4 top causes of hospital readmission and how you can reduce your risk of readmission.
In this post, we examine the benefits and downsides of drinking apple cider vinegar daily.
With 50 million seniors aged 65 and over currently living in the United States, nurses have a tremendous amount of responsibility to provide high quality care to seniors. Follow these 3 tips to ensure the safety of your client's home.
Autoimmune diseases are the result of the body’s immune system attacking itself by mistake. This abnormal immune response causes over 80 different types of autoimmune diseases and can affect any part of the body. It is often characterized by inflammation in one or multiple areas.
We asked all our nurse team members what inspired them to become nurses. We hope that their answers inspire you as much as they did us.
Learn about the causes, risk factors, symptoms, and treatment options for Lyme disease, along with prevention tips to help you reduce your risk of Lyme disease.
We love a fresh cup of coffee. But is caffeine really good for us? Learn more about the health benefits and risks here.
Researchers from the Sahlgrenska Academy of Sweden have successfully used RNA-based therapy to reduce the size of lung tumors in mice. This study is part of an extensive research project published in the scientific journal, Nature Communications. So far, the project has identified 633 new
Guest Post by Peninsula Doctor
Getting older is inevitable. But how you feel as you age is largely based on the choices you make. Sure, family history will play a role in your health as you age, but you can make a big impact on your
Making healthy choices is becoming harder and harder. Learn how sugar affects the brain and what the healthiest, low-sugar options are.
As we round into spring, it feels like summer is just around the corner. While everyone struggles with some aspects of summer and the heat it may bring, this can be especially true for MS patients, as heat can cause some patients’ symptoms to worsen.