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Does our skin show signs of change if fatality is evident?

As we age, our largest organ, the skin, seems to show changes more readily to the public since it is easier to see than our internal organs. The skin becomes thinner; almost translucent! Due to these changes, skin problems can … Continue reading

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Face changes

Not only do the internal features of human beings change, the exterior has many changes as well. One of those changes is the appearance of our faces and necks. As our muscle tone changes and our skin thins, our faces … Continue reading

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Thin skin is a culprit

As we age, our skin gets thinner. Because of thinner skin, we can develop an increased sensitivity – even to light touch. If your client is experiencing signs of change in touch, pain, or issues with standing or walking, it … Continue reading

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Necrosis as a result of Coumadin

Necrosis is the death of skin tissue. Necrosis may be induced by Coumadin as a nasty side effect. Actually, it is quite rare; affecting only 0.01 to 0.1 percent of patients that have been prescribed this drug. According to “Wounds,” … Continue reading

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Speaking of skin

It is fun when Audrey and I compare our skin blemishes. We look at scars and age spots  and the comparison between the wrinkles that she has compared to the wrinkles that I am developing. We giggle and laugh at the differences. … Continue reading

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Thin skin

As part of my responsibility as an elderly caretaker as well as a business owner of Time to Care, I make it my duty to find out the subtleties about my chosen profession. The more I educate myself and my … Continue reading

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