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Flu Vaccine for Seniors

The Flu Vaccine for Seniors: Separate Myth from Fact

Living through the COVID-19 pandemic opened our eyes to the dangers of microscopic, unseen organisms and the havoc they can wreak on all of us. It’s also helped us all to be more vigilant in taking necessary precautions and preventative measures to keep ourselves, and those we love, safe. As we now prepare to enter …

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6 Tips for Male Mesothelioma Patients

Mesothelioma occurs in men 4 times more often than women. Researchers believe men develop mesothelioma more often because occupational asbestos exposure typically happens in male-dominated industries.  6 Health Tips for Men with Mesothelioma  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) compiled a list of health tips for men. The tips below are adapted from their list. Read the …

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Coming Home from the Hospital

Coming Home from the Hospital: How to Ensure a Safe Transition

Getting the green light that your older loved one is free to return home after a hospital stay brings such a feeling of relief, but at the same time, can raise a number of questions and concerns. Will there be restrictions in place as the senior recovers? What prescriptions will he or she need to …

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