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The interlocking puzzle of the health care system across the North Country will get a thorough going-over in the next three months or so.
To provide practitioners with benchmarks for micronutrient supplementation policies for older residents of long-term care facilities, based upon residents' usual energy intake.
The incidents recently reported are not in keeping with our long tradition of service in or in other jurisdictions, and we apologize to the families involved.
Related stories this week: Be gone, toxic furniture! State adopts new standards for toxic flame-retardants in furniture.
"Between Thanksgiving and Christmas, families get together, and many are seeing mom and/or dad for the first time in months," says Orestis, senior health-care advocate and CEO of Life Care Funding.
Guest Opinion: A new study could chart better ways to dealing with the needs of the aging and the disabled.
Students in the third-year Community Health Nursing program at Nipissing University finally had a chance to present 12 weeks of work in front of their peers and professionals Wednesday morning.
Pioneer Manor residents' council president Mick Lowe cuts the cake at the facility's 60th anniversary celebration Dec. 4. Also in the photo are Ward 5 Coun.
A recent survey of the specialized health care professionals represented by the Health Sciences Association of Saskatchewan shows that 60.4 per cent believe their profession is under-staffed in their health care workplace, Health Sciences President Karen Wasylenko said.
Heritage House of Kimball announced Nov. 26, that Madeline Rose Bollingmo was presented with a Youth Volunteer of the Year Award at a statewide senior-care convention held last week in Minneapolis.
One of the greatest challenges when it comes to planning for retirement is trying to predict future healthcare expenses.
Nursing homes have lagged in the area of palliative care, and need to take a seat at the table, according to researchers in a Health Affairs blog .
The privatization of long-term care of Kansans with intellectual and developmental disabilities launches in less than a month and is getting national attention.
Our special report on caring for your elderly parents was literally a labor of love for our staff.
About ten years ago, when Donna Braley was 79, her family started to notice that she was having trouble doing the things that she had always loved to do -- crocheting, cooking, doing crossword puzzles.
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, UCLA Health System and long-term care provider Select Medical announced today a partnership to open a 138-bed acute-care rehabilitation hospital in Century City in 2015.