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Author Archives: Louise Savoie

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Ways to Protect Your Senior Loved Ones From Fall Accidents at...

According to www.cdc.gov, each year, 3 million older people are treated in emergency departments for fall injuries. One out of five falls causes a serious injury such as broken bones or a head injury. Fall accidents are one of the serious...

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Effective Ways to Prevent Pressure Ulcers

Pressure ulcers, commonly known as bedsores, appear when skin is in prolonged contact with another surface – such as a chair or a bed. This sustained contact causes pressure to build up and cut off the blood supply in that area of the body....

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Here’s Everything You Need to Know About Sepsis

Sepsis is what happens when our body triggers a serious chain reaction of responses to an infection. It is very dangerous. If it’s not treated immediately, sepsis can lead to tissue damage, organ malfunction, low blood pressure, and eventually...

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Controlling Infectious Diseases

The human body is a scientific and medical marvel. A blob made up of cells that can perform as a single unit and "think" for itself is nothing short of a miracle. Without what we know now, one might think that what makes human beings possible is...

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Precautions for the Elderly to Prevent COVID-19

For the past year, we have dealt with the COVID-19 pandemic, and our lives have never been the same. Social distancing measures and other health and safety protocols mean that our way of life has changed for the past year. We have done our best...

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The Importance of Oxygen Precautions

Oxygen will not explode on its own, but it supports combustion; hence, if something is burning, it will burn faster when exposed to oxygen. So take precautionary measures when you have an oxygen concentrator system at home. Here are some...

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