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Daily Living Aids

  1. Must-Have Daily Living Aids to Make Life Easier for Seniors

    Rather than taking away from aging adults all that they find familiar and comforting, they can be encouraged and supported to age in place with essential products for living alone. Products for independent living are user-friendly and thoughtfully designed.
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  2. 10 Essential Products for Bedridden Patients

    10 Essential Products for Bedridden Patients

    Comfort Bath Rinse-Free Shampoo and Conditioner Cap Being confined to bed can be tough on both the patient and the caregiver.  The good news is that there are bedridden aids that make daily care much easier on everyone.

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  3. What Makes Equagel Cushions Different From All Other Cushions?

    What Makes Equagel Cushions Different From All Other Cushions?

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  4. The Brella Bag: A Mobility Enhancer

    The Brella Bag Hands Free Umbrella Holder: A Mobility Enhancer for the Physically Challenged

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  5. What is a Flip A Grip? - The Most Handy Grab Bar

    Flip a Grip

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  6. Understanding Hip Replacements

    A hip replacement is a surgical procedure that is completed by a healthcare professional with the goal of removing damaged sections of the hip joint, and replacing them with foreign parts that are usually created from metal and/or very hard plastic to create an artificial joint.  The artificial joint will ultimately result in decreased pain and improvement of function for the individual involved.  An individual may be a candidate for a hip replacement if the pain experienced interferes with their daily routines and activities they are expected and want to perform, only though after less invasive treatments have been deemed unsuccessful.  Damage to the hip joint from arthritis is the most common reason that one may need a hip replacement.

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  7. 40% of Heat-Related Fatalities are People 65 and Older

    According to a study by University of Chicago Medical Center, 40% of heat related fatalities are people 65 and older in the United States. According to UC Davis there are many reasons that seniors have more problems with the heat. Heart disease can cause circulatory problems which makes it harder to dissipate the heat. Some seniors are on medications that can cause them to dehydrate faster. Sometimes dementia can lead to the individual not realizing how hot they are.

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  8. Helpful Medical Products - NY Post Article

    Helpful Medical Products - NY Post Article

    “Help is at hand” was the title to the recent New York Post article that featured a number of’s innovative home medical products that make life easier for those with limited mobility. In my interview with the newspaper, I was challenged to highlight a handful of products that have dramatically enhanced the lives of people living with disabilities of physical challenges. Considering that we offer over 37,000 products on our website, and add thousands of new products each year, choosing the top 10 was not easy.

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  9. Medicine Meets Smart Phones

    The creation and advancements of smart phones have impacted many industries and now have taken the portable device to endless possibilities. Mobile devices have revolutionized how the caretaker, physician, and end user practice medicine1. Companies have developed apps to work flawlessly with their products to make your experience more rewarding and informational. Imagine sitting in line at the grocery store and wanting to know your blood pressure.  Simply pull out your phone, open a specific medical app, and the information at your fingertips is endless. You can calculate a couple quick numbers, and send those results in a flash straight to your doctor to review instantly.

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  10. Best and the Worst Hospitals for Joint Replacement

    Best and the Worst Hospitals for Joint Replacement

    NPR reports that Medicare has listed 97 hospitals that people are less likely to suffer complications and 95 hospitals that have higher readmission rates or significant setbacks.

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