Monthly Archives: February 2015

More on Diverticulitis

According to the website http://www.webmd.com/digestive-disorders/tc/diverticulitis-topic-overview?page=2, people that suffer from Diverticulitis may suffer from mild cramps and belly pain. If so, they suggest the following: • Use a heating pad, set on low, on your belly. • Relax. For example, try … Continue reading

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Information revealed presented to small-town doctor

I must correct myself. My mother does not have diverticulosis, but has diverticulitis. There is a difference, but much of what I have been repeating as far as diet and hydration, sleep and exercise definitely apply in this instance as … Continue reading

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Treating painful diverticular disease

First and foremost, it is very important to add fiber to any person’s diet. That keeps all human bodies functioning properly and efficiently. For a person with painful diverticular disease, it is even more important, however, because it will lower … Continue reading

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What are the symptoms of diverticulosis?

Many people that have been deemed as having diverticulosis don’t have symptoms – or it takes them many years before their symptoms ever show, but this is certainly not the case for some people like my mom. She has the … Continue reading

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Digging deep for healthy foods for seniors

Just to let you all know, elderly care does not take a break. I literally work seven days a week with my little business. When I am not directly doing the care during the week, I am researching, taking care … Continue reading

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So much other research to do

Daily there is something that comes up with elderly care that I know very little if anything about. I am constantly researching; learning how to better serve my clients. It is all in effort to continue showing them that With … Continue reading

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A little about allergy medications (posted late on 02/21 from 02/20)

Until I began looking into allergy medications for dad, I did not realize the differences. Now I understand them much better. According to the website http://www.oklahomaheart.com/blog/what-allergy-medicines-can-i-safely-take-if-i-have-heart-disease-or-high-blood-pressure#.VOSvP_nF_Ds and Dr. Wayne Leimbach, various nasal corticosteroids can be taken safely for people with … Continue reading

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