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Health & Chronic Disease – By the age of fifty most of us will be diagnosed with one or more chronic diseases for which we will be prescribed medication. Chronic diseases include heart disease, diabetes, breathing difficulties, cancer and other diseases treated by medication. How does one disease relate to another? Does the diagnosis of one disease result in another disease? Managing health and chronic disease becomes a part of our daily life. Learn helpful information to make the best of health and daily life.
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Low Intelligence (and Denial) Increases Chronic Disease and Early DisabilityResearch indicates that intelligence predicts mid-life biological aging.1 Low intelligence is associated not just with premature death, but also with a range of health conditions, beginning with obesity and the metaboli...Free Professional Library - Click Here to Read
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Interview with Dr. Eric Ravussin, Director, Nutrition Obesity Research Center, PenningtonBiomedical Research Center Louisiana State University (podcast 11:51 playing time) Click the Play button below to listen: ...Professional Membership Library Click Here
Caregiving is more often than not an unexpected event. Many caregivers have a daily routine caring for a loved one. Some caregivers continue working; some stay at home to caregive. Most important is the caregiver’s ability for self-care including attending to healthcare and medical needs. C...Professional Membership Library Click Here
Oral Health Risk, Chronic Disease and Re-Hospitalization: Ethical Considerations and the Practicalities of Person Centered Care By Pamela D Wilson CSA, CG, MS, BS/BAOral health becomes more important as we age. Research indicates poor oral health to be a factor in the diagnosis of poor cognit...Professional Membership Library Click Here
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