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  • End-of-Life Planning: Cremation or Burial

    End-of-life planning can be overwhelming when deciding on the specifics. Do you cremate or bury your deceased loved one? What is the difference between the two? And how do you decide which is better? ... Read More
  • Elderly Bed Wetting Solutions

    Bedwetting in older adults is more common than you may think. There are a myriad of causes and luckily a variety of elderly bedwetting solutions as well. Causes of Bedwetting in Seniors Although ... Read More
  • Abbreviations Used in Physical Therapy

    Physical therapists will often use abbreviations and terms, which may be confusing to the average person. One may wonder: What is weight-bearing status? What does non-weight-bearing really mean? And ... Read More
  • Can Anesthesia Cause or Worsen Dementia?

    There are many things to consider when a senior needs surgery, and one of those things is the effects of anesthesia on elderly patients. Many people wonder if you can get dementia from anesthesia. ... Read More
  • Cataract Surgery Complications in the Elderly

    Cataract is one of those old-age buzzwords. You hear it and think, “aw, they are old!” or worse, “ugh, I’m getting old.” Luckily, cataract surgery for seniors is common, exceptionally safe, and has a ... Read More
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