How To Choose The Right Chair Stair Lift: 4 Differences To Ponder

Posted on: 28 July 2015

If you or a loved one has trouble climbing the stairs, you may have thought about investing in a chair stair lift. According to the CDC, falls are the leading cause of injury in older adults. In fact, almost a third of those 65 and older will fall this year. When it comes to mobility assistance, this equipment can be highly beneficial in preventing accidents, making your life simpler, and possibly preventing you from being forced to move into a different home or a facility.
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How To Reduce Cavity Risks When Using Clear Aligner Braces

Posted on: 7 July 2015

If you are an adult with crooked teeth, then you should know that is never too late to address misalignment concerns whether you are worried about oral health or simply aesthetic appearance. As an adult, metal and ceramic braces are not ideal, and neither are damon braces due to appearance and general pain. Pain is often much more considerable as an adult, because the teeth have been solidified in the jaw for a much longer period of time.
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4 Great Tips For Protecting Your Designer Eyewear

Posted on: 6 July 2015

Designer eyeglasses look awesome, but the latest in name brand frames can cost a pretty penny. So it's no wonder that you want to keep your new glasses safe and sound from the slings and arrows of daily eyeglass wear. Knowing how to care for your designer eyeglasses can give them a long and largely trouble-free life. Following these fantastic tips can help keep your fashionable eyewear in great shape.
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How The Right Level Of Care After A Stroke Can Improve The Chances Of Independent Living

Posted on: 22 June 2015

Regardless of age, regaining independence after a stroke depends heavily on the type of care and rehabilitation that is received. For some people, that rehabilitation may begin in the hospital and continue at home with the help of home health care providers. For others, a live-in rehabilitation facility can help greatly improve the patient's quality of life and make independent living a reality once again. Here are a few ways that the right level of care can greatly improve the chances for independent living after a stroke.
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