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Stem cell growth offers insight to osteoporosis

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Chronic Disease, Joint Replacement, Physical Therapy

Doctors are examining the causes of bone loss. 

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Stem cell growth offers insight to osteoporosis

Stem cell growth offers insight to osteoporosis

4 tips for recovering from a knee replacement

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Joint Replacement

Keep these tips in mind for a strong recovery after your knee replacement surgery.

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Keep these tips in mind for a strong recovery after your knee replacement surgery.

Keep these tips in mind for a strong recovery after your knee replacement surgery.

Genes vs lifestyle: what impacts diabetes the most?

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Chronic Disease

Genetics and lifestyle both play roles in diabetes development.  

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Genes vs lifestyle: what impacts diabetes the most?

Genes vs lifestyle: what impacts diabetes the most?

New discovery in search for Parkinson's cause

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Chronic Disease, Senior Care

New research aims to improve Parkinson's treatment by finding out how it forms. 

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New discovery in search for Parkinson's cause

New discovery in search for Parkinson's cause

Can chocolate really help to reduce the risk of heart disease?

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Chronic Disease

Researchers at Brown University have found a link between chocolate and reduced risk factors relating to the cardiovascular system.

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Researchers at Brown University have found a link between chocolate and reduced risk factors relating to the cardiovascular system.

Researchers at Brown University have found a link between chocolate and reduced risk factors relating to the cardiovascular system.

Could oats improve seniors' cholesterol?

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Chronic Disease, Senior Care

Heart-healthy diets are important for aging adults. 

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Could oats improve seniors' cholesterol?

Could oats improve seniors' cholesterol?

Are good verbal skills delaying Alzheimer's diagnoses?

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Alzheimer’s

New research suggests that strong verbal skills in older women may be masking early stages of Alzheimer's. 

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Are good verbal skills delaying Alzheimer's diagnoses?

Are good verbal skills delaying Alzheimer's diagnoses?

Study finds that minorities and women may be undertreated for stroke

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Senior Care

A new study has found that women and minorities may not always be getting the treatment they need after a stroke.

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A new study has found that women and minorities may not always be getting the treatment they need after a stroke.

A new study has found that women and minorities may not always be getting the treatment they need after a stroke.

How does caffeine impact dementia?

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Alzheimer’s

Caffeine may have an impact on dementia development for some seniors. 

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How does caffeine impact dementia?

How does caffeine impact dementia?

First U.S. mosquitoes test positive for Zika

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Chronic Disease, Senior Care

Mosquitoes carrying the Zika virus were discovered in Miami.

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First U.S. mosquitoes test positive for Zika

First U.S. mosquitoes test positive for Zika

Majority of seniors don't recover from hip fractures

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Physical Therapy, Senior Care

A new study shows that many seniors don't fully recover from a broken hip. 

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Elderly hip fractures may never fully heal

Elderly hip fractures may never fully heal

What do seniors need to know about pneumonia?

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Senior Care

As flu season approaches, seniors need to be aware of the risks that the flu and pneumonia pose for them. 

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As flu season approaches, seniors need to be aware of the risks that the flu and pneumonia pose for them.

As flu season approaches, seniors need to be aware of the risks that the flu and pneumonia pose for them.

Diabetes linked to more cases of vision loss

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Chronic Disease, Senior Care

As senior populations increase worldwide, so do the number of diabetes diagnoses. 

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Diabetes linked to more cases of vision loss

Diabetes linked to more cases of vision loss

Seniors cope better when they have palliative care

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Chronic Disease, Hospice, Senior Care

A new study shows that patients can better cope with serious medical diagnoses when they start receiving palliative care early on. 

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A new study shows that patients can better cope with serious medical diagnoses when they start receiving palliative care early on.

A new study shows that patients can better cope with serious medical diagnoses when they start receiving palliative care early on.

Are fans doing more harm than good for overheated seniors?

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Senior Care

New research shows that electric fans may not help the elderly as well as they assist younger adults. 

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Are fans doing more harm than good for overheated seniors?

Are fans doing more harm than good for overheated seniors?

Can doctors "switch on" a gene to prevent Alzheimer's disease?

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Alzheimer's

New research into the gene that can protect against Alzheimer's may allow doctors to use it as a prevention tool. 

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New research into the gene that can protect against Alzheimer's may allow doctors to use it as a prevention tool.

New research into the gene that can protect against Alzheimer's may allow doctors to use it as a prevention tool.

Mild exacerbation of COPD leads to big damages

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Chronic Disease

Even in mild cases of COPD, temporary flare ups can greatly damage lung capacity. 

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Mild COPD exacerbations lead to big damages

Mild COPD exacerbations lead to big damages

New eye test may detect Parkinson's symptoms before they appear

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Senior Care

New research shows that a relatively simple eye test may be able to detect symptoms of Parkinson's disease before they actually appear.

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New research shows that a relatively simple eye test may be able to detect symptoms of Parkinson's disease before they actually appear.

New research shows that a relatively simple eye test may be able to detect symptoms of Parkinson's disease before they actually appear.

Do seniors need to go gluten-free?

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Chronic Disease, Senior Care

Celiac disease is growing among the elderly. 

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Do seniors need to go gluten-free?

Do seniors need to go gluten-free?

Exercise reduction increases dementia risks

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Alzheimer’s, Senior Care

There are many benefits to exercising, and research shows that stopping activity can have serious consequences. 

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Exercise reduction increases dementia risks

Exercise reduction increases dementia risks

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