Tag Archives: death

Things are going quite well these days – (Posted late on 02/21 from 02/17/2016)

When dealing with the elderly, caregivers tend to have to deal with death and depression quite a bit. The depression can be due to many, many factors, one of which is that each day they draw nearer and nearer to … Continue reading

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Knowing your diagnosis can lead to severe depression – (Posted late on 02/07 from 02/03)

Ever since I was a young girl attending Catholic School, I have been all too aware of death. Death happened to be a topic of concern many times over in our religion classes. The elderly that are diagnosed with Congestive … Continue reading

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2016 has not been good for aging rockers and actors

People age every day. We all succumb to moments of terror regarding this fact. Just as we all have special music, places, times and celebrities that we all can associate with moments that we cherish in this life. So, when … Continue reading

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What can an MAO inhibitor do in conjunction with Norco? (Posted late on 10/11 from 10/09)

If your client has been prescribed an MAO inhibitor and they take Norco within 14 days of taking the MAO inhibitor, they could potentially suffer from a very serious drug interaction! It is your job to not permit this to … Continue reading

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Have you heard about the issues with prescription drugs?

As posted in the AARP Bulletin recently, there is a huge issue with prescription drugs. My family is all too familiar with this fact. The scary part of the article is the statistics. The big one indicates that the death … Continue reading

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Goodbye Sweet Elsie!

I finally made the fatal call today regarding my eldest client. This lovely woman had just recently turned 96 and she was yet another favorite of mine. The only issue is that her health was failing and we both knew … Continue reading

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Feeling guilt ridden

Today I woke again really early with massive amounts of stuff on my mind. I was supposed to go shopping once again, but I feel as though I am choking on my own air. I think that my brother’s death … Continue reading

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