Chemo Smell and What to Do About It Chemo smell stinks. Literally. Many health care professionals say that they can smell an odor on the clothing and body of patients who are undergoing chemotherapy. And caregivers complain about the odor also when they are doing….
The ADA has made big changes for people with disabilities and seniors in workplaces, public buildings, businesses, hospitals, colleges, and public agencies over the past 30 years.
Managing dysphagia presents an immediate and constant problem in daily living: how to swallow food and liquid without choking and without food going into the lungs.
There are different hospitals for different medical needs. This article describes describes those different types and provides tools to help you choose.
Your wheelchair needs your attention to keep it maintained in functional condition. It is very important that the wheelchair is working smoothly and no parts are loose or missing. Most manufacturers recommend an annual “check-up” for a wheelchair.
Glaucoma Awareness Month January is Glaucoma Awareness Month. Glaucoma is a very serious and increasingly common disease of the eyes which can cause blindness. Over 3 million Americans have glaucoma, and it is the leading cause of permanent blindness. People with glaucoma are not likely….
Measuring your BP with a digital monitor is fairly easy to accomplish. But there are a few basic rules you need to follow in order to be as accurate as possible. Here are some easy steps that will help you and your doctor determine what,….
Does someone in your household or extended family have difficulty swallowing or chewing? This article explores what you should and should not do.
A good source of information from dieticians and nutrition experts for diabetic patients.
Have you had your hearing checked lately? Consider how a hearing loss cuts you off from interaction with the larger world, and how that isolation affects you emotionally and mentally.