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10 Do’s & Dont’s of Caring for an Elderly Loved One

If you’ve ever faced caring for an elderly loved one you know how challenging it can be. The fact is it’s difficult to watch someone close to you struggle mentally and physically, and being...

Tips for Welcoming a Feline to the Family

  Introducing a feline into the family can be an exciting time, but it’s important to remember that a new home is often a big change for a little cat. Whether it’s a kitten or...

5 Ways to Keep Your Dog Healthy in the Heat

  Warm weather calls for outdoor activities with your pup, such as hiking, traveling and spending time in the park. While more outside playtime can be great for increased exercise, it’s also important to keep...
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MyNotifi

One of a kind MyNotifi® is a fall detection technology designed to alert family and friends if a fall occurs. The wearer receives both a belt clip and wristband for increased flexibility in various situations....

For the Love of Pets

By JENNA LEE REEVES From the moment we first lay eyes on them, to the last, sad goodbye, our pets supply us with unconditional love and happiness. In honor of National Pet Week, May 6–12, here are 10...
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MyNotifi

One of a kind MyNotifi® is a one-of-a-kind medical alert wristband that notifies family and friends automatically via an easy-to-use smartphone app if your loved one falls. They can keep living the active life they love....

Your Cat’s Scratch Has Met Its Match

Why cats scratch and how to safely stop it Ever since the day the first feline became a house cat, destructive cat scratching has plagued owners. All the affection and loving care owners shower upon...

PREVENTING FALLS

Whether it’s from dizziness, medications, certain health conditions like arrhythmias or just tripping over an uneven surface, the fact is the older we get the more likely we are to fall. For some seniors, it’s a...

Opioid Addictions After Surgery

(HealthDay News) -- Some surgery patients prescribed opioids for postoperative pain may face a high risk for developing a long-term opioid addiction, new research warns. The analysis tracked a half-year of opioid use among more than 36,000...

Aging In Place: It’s Getting Easier

By TERRI BRYCE REEVES The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention defines aging in place as “the ability to live in one’s own home and community safely, independently, and comfortably, regardless of age, income,...
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