Making Decisions About Home Care

  • How To Serve In A Nursing Home

    19 December 2014

    There are many elderly people who live in nursing homes. This may be because they have no family to take care of them or possibly because they even prefer the environment of a nursing home. A nursing home will provide many of the needs that an elderly person has, such as food, shelter, social activities, healthcare and much more. Even though these elderly people are receiving great care, there are still opportunities for everyone to help serve in a nursing home and try to bring even more happiness into the residents' lives.

  • A Change Of Heart: How Changing Your Mind Can Help Your Heart

    19 December 2014

    The numbers are staggering—600,000 Americans a year die from heart disease or related cardiovascular disease, which accounts for 25 percent of all the deaths in the U.S. And although heart disease isn't always preventable (there are genetic factors that cause it), there are steps people can take to reduce their chances of developing heart disease. The problem is that most of it requires changes in diet and exercise, which isn't always easy for people to do.

  • Got Digestive Problems? Try Organic Non-GMO Tofu

    18 December 2014

    If you suffer from digestive issues, such as gas and nausea every time you eat, try adding organic, non-GMO tofu to your diet. Non-GMO foods like organic tofu don't come from beans that are genetically modified by chemicals and hormones. Instead, non-GMO farmers use organic methods like natural animal fertilizer to grow their soybeans. Here's why you should try organic, non-GMO tofu. How Do Suppliers Grow Non-GMO, Organic Soybeans? Unlike naturally-grown or organic, non-GMO soybeans, over 90 percent of the regular soybeans used to make tofu in the United States contain chemicals or additives to make them grow faster or bigger for consumer use.

  • Facing Bunion Surgery? Here's What To Expect

    15 November 2014

    If your bunion causes you a lot of pain, your podiatrist may recommend surgery. Surgery is usually left as a last resort when changing the type of shoes you wear and using orthotics doesn't help. Bunion surgery is performed on the joint in your big toe. During the procedure, the doctor removes damaged tissue and realigns your toe. The end result is a reduction of pain and a return to normal physical activities.