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Caregiver’s Guide to Understanding Dementia Behaviors

Caregiver's Guide to Understanding Dementia Behaviors Guest post courtesy of Holly Love at FirstCare.ie Dementia is a serious disease that really possesses a great challenge to the caregiver. Handling someone with a brain disorder can sometimes be so daunting. You will be required to master every detail that will really make the patient

Understanding Tinnitus

tinnitus noun A ringing, hissing, or booming sensation in one or both ears, caused by infection of the middle or inner ear, a side effect of certain drugs, etc. Tinnitus is a common condition experienced by about 10% of the population. The American Tinnitus Association estimates more than 50 million Americans suffer from at least occasional bouts of tinnitus. For most people, these sounds are constant – 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The most common cause

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What Is Multiple Sclerosis?

Whats Is Multiple Sclerosis? Multiple Sclerosis is a chronic disease that affects the brain and spinal cord. The brain and spinal cord make up the central nervous system. MS is a disease that usually, but not always, results in permanent disability. In the central nervous system, a substance called myelin covers the nerves.

Guide To Understanding Cast Care

There are four different types of casts your health care practitioner may apply:• Plaster • Synthetic fiberglass • Synthetic non-fiberglass material • Waterproof CastsYou will see these types all in rolls and once applied to your injury, the material hardens quite quickly to form the cast. All four types of casts keep broken bones and

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I look upon the “Herb Interaction” book as a “quickie” for my pharmacy team, no need to get bogged down on the computer.
David (pharmacist) Ontario
The book on “foot ulcers” spoke to me, I now understand the importance of foot care.
Janice. (Caregiver) Akron Ohio
We forget sometimes the power of the patient for healing through compliance and self care habits. We should provide understandable information.
Philip (Physician) Pittsburgh, Pensylvania
The Dr’ Guide books were a great door opener and relationship builder with the allergy medical team. Our reps loved them.
Alex (Product Manager), New Jersey.
We had the highest BRC (business Reply Card) return rate of all time – it built up great customer goodwill and easier repeat calls.
Joe (Sales Manager) Pennsylvania
The distribution of the Dr. Guide books was the most cost effective, most quickly integrated and best ROI program I have had in years – no committee development meetings, no sky high “creative” costs and so appropriate for our product / treatment messages.
Robert, (Director of marketing) Montreal.