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Advance Directives Provide Peace of Mind

Our lives are unpredictable. And though an advance health care directive can be something we want to put off, thinking about end-of-life decisions today can help provide peace of mind that your values and preferences about your medical care will be heard in the future. Read More
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Learn How Palliative Care Helps Improve Quality of Life

What is the first thing that comes to the front of your mind when you hear the phrase “palliative care?” For many people, it’s associated with hospice care. The actual goal of palliative care, though, is to give relief from difficulties like pain, vomiting and nausea that are caused by either a medical condition or from the treatment for that ailment. Read More
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ALS Care Tips for Utah Family Caregivers

As a degenerating neurological disease, ALS (sometimes called Lou Gehrig’s disease) can cause a wide variety of physical obstacles that can result in clinical depression. For individuals providing ALS care for a loved one, it’s difficult not to feel overwhelmed and unsure about how to help the person live life to the fullest and remain optimistic.   Read More
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How to Help Older Adults Overcome Medication Non-Adherence

Medications can both improve and save lives, but there is a hidden danger that can lead to dire consequences — the risk of medication non-adherence. Statistics show that as many as 125,000 people lose their lives each year as a result of prescription medication non-adherence, a number that’s twice as large as those who die from car accidents. Read More
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Top Medication Management Tips for Seniors

With more than 10,000 prescription drugs available in the United States, it’s no wonder that so many seniors – approximately one in three – are taking at least five of them each and every day. Read More
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How to Discuss End-of-Life Issues with Your Loved One: Hospice Tips from Harmony Home Health & Hospice

When a loved one has been diagnosed with a life-limiting illness, it may feel as though the best thing to do is to talk about anything and everything EXCEPT that diagnosis, to maintain a positive, upbeat atmosphere to keep the person’s spirits lifted. Read More
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6 Things You Need to Know About Hospice Care

When someone you love enters into hospice care, it’s often an overwhelming and emotionally charged time for the family, raising a number of questions. What exactly does hospice care mean? Who provides care for your loved one throughout this time? Read More
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Are Symptoms of COPD Impacting Your Senior Loved One? We’ve Got Tips to Help!

The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute estimates that as many as 12 million adults are currently diagnosed with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), and another 12 million could be living with the disease and not even be aware of it. Read More
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Finding Peace in Hospice Care in Albuquerque, NM Area

Taking the first step to accept hospice care is never easy. Yet once families discover the blanket of support a professional hospice care team provides, they’re able to experience a degree of relief in knowing they’re not alone throughout their journey, and that their loved one will have the most comfortable and highest possible quality of life during this time. Read More