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Senior Health Issues Related to Poor Oral Health

Senior oral healthcare

Adults over the age of 65 are the largest and fastest growing demographic of the American population. They're also the population most  at risk when it comes to dental outcomes and health issues caused by poor oral health. Recommended Reading: 1 in 20 U.S. Adults Affected by Outpatient Diagnostic Errors Even though the Affordable Care Act (ACA) reformed healthcare for younger citizens, it did little to improve healthcare for seniors. According to Oral Health America, only about two percent … Continue reading...

Hospital Stocks Tank Amid New Talks to Repeal the ACA

Hospital stocks tank amid reports that House Republicans are again looking at ways to repeal Obamacare repeal. The sudden drop follows days of hospital stocks in the green, rallying on the news that the Republican's proposed American Health Care Act (AHCA) bill was yanked from consideration. The GOP's plan was largely opposed on the expectation that the number of Americans without health insurance would dramatically increases, directly impacting hospital losses. Tenet Healthcare was down 5% … Continue reading...

Tips For Successful Transitioning From The Hospital To Home Health Care

By Dominic Maina During the transition from hospital to home health care, patients face a significant risk of adverse events which may negatively affect patient safety leading to readmission or even worsening of health and death. Events such as falls and missed doses come to … Continue reading...

1 in 20 U.S. Adults Affected by Outpatient Diagnostic Errors

Diagnostic errors--missed opportunities to make a timely or correct diagnosis based on available evidence--occur in about 5 percent of adults in the United States, according to a new study published in the April 21 issue of BMJ Quality & Safety. The study, partially funded by … Continue reading...

Home Health Medication Therapy Management Shows Limited Results

Low-risk Medicare patients entering home health care who received medication therapy management by phone were three times less likely to be hospitalized within the next two months, while those at greater risk saw no benefit, according to a study led by Purdue University. The … Continue reading...

New Information about Quality of Care in Nursing Homes

Research findings on Quality of Care are discussed in a new report. According to news reporting originating from Chapel Hill, North Carolina, by NewsRx correspondents, research stated, “Purpose of the Study: Culture change models are intended to improve the quality of life for … Continue reading...

Pediatric Nurse Degree Requirements

In order to become a pediatric nurse, you will need to take various courses first. Below is the list of Pediatric Nurse Degree Requirements. Nursing Degree or Diploma First of all, to be pediatric nurse, you should be able to acquire a degree in nursing. This is a necessity to … Continue reading...

Meningococcal Meningitis

It is very important that people become more aware of meningococcal meningitis because of the severity of the disease. This particular form of meningitis is a tremendously serious infection that results in the swelling and irritation of the membranes covering the brain and spinal … Continue reading...

Home Remedies for Candida

Candida Remedies

Candida, more commonly called a vaginal yeast infection, is extremely unpleasant for women because of the itching, burning and general feeling of being “not fresh.” Women will also often develop a discharge that resembles cottage cheese when suffering from a yeast infection. … Continue reading...

Homeopathic Remedies

natural home remedies

Homeopathic remedies are used to work with the whole body to find a remedy for an illness or condition. The cornerstone of homeopathic remedies is the whole body approach to medicine. Instead of just treating the symptoms, the body is used to induce natural healing responses that … Continue reading...

Smelly Vaginal Discharge

How to Get Rid of Smelly Vaginal Discharge Vaginal discharge is normal in most women. The amount of the discharge will depend on the woman and what point in her menstrual cycle she happens to be in. The common discharge is milky white and is completely odorless. In some cases, … Continue reading...

Mitral Valve Prolapse

There are many people suffering from mitral valve prolapse without even knowing it. This is a problem in which the valve separating the upper chamber of the heart from the lower chamber on the left side of the heart does not close properly. The malfunction of the valve generally … Continue reading...

Should You Have a Fetoscopy?

Fetoscopy

There are many things to be aware of if you are pregnant or you want to get pregnant. Understanding what a fetoscopy is, why you might need one and the risks involved should be something you invest your time in. This procedure can allow you to be more informed about the health of … Continue reading...

Anti Mullerian Hormone

Anti Mullerian Hormone or AMH level tests are quite useful for all younger women who are looking to postpone pregnancy until a time in the future when they are clearly more prepared for the addition of a new life to the family, but they are curious to see what exactly their … Continue reading...