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Happiness in Recovery Is Just a State of Mind

By Christy Swadkins | Aug 30, 2016

Reduce Hospital Readmission Rates in Las Vegas NV: If you’re looking for a way to help a family member recover from a serious medical emergency, surgery, or injuries in which they were hospitalized, you might think happiness is the best medicine. A person may not want to be happy or might have difficulty finding ways to feel happy.

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The Best Type of Support for a Senior Following a Hospital Stay

By Jessica Cox | Aug 29, 2016

Reduce Hospital Readmission Rates in New Brunswick NJ: Your mother was hospitalized and you’ve been visiting her every day. In fact, you feel as though you probably didn’t even leave the hospital until late in the evening and came back before the sun peeked its eye over the horizon.

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The Impact Depression Has on Recovery for Seniors

By Judah Schuster LNHA, CDI | Aug 29, 2016

Reduce Hospital Readmission Rates in Lakewood NJ: It’s not always easy to stay positive when dealing with health issues. It could be major surgery, a medical emergency like a heart attack or stroke, or injuries sustained in an accident.

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The Road to Recovery in 3 Simple to Understand Steps

By Roy Kleinert | Aug 29, 2016

Reduce Hospital Readmission Rates in Matawan NJ: How long is it going to take your aging father to recover from this heart attack?

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What You Can Do to Help Dad Improve His Recovery

By Marlene Diaz | Aug 26, 2016

Reduce Hospital Readmissions Federal Way WA-While your father is going through a recovery process following his heart attack, you may be trying to figure out what you can do to help. Whether he’s still in the hospital or has been discharged and sent home, it’s a good idea to sit down and talk to him about professional home care aides and other support systems.

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Gardening Can Still be a Good Activity Following a Heart Attack

By Renee Gray | Aug 26, 2016

Reduce Hospital Readmissions Mooresville NC-The first few days following his heart attack, Mike had a lot of worries. He never had any major medical issues in his life until this heart attack. The moment it was happening, he instinctively knew what was going on and managed to call for help.

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Safety Is Still Crucial to Reducing Hospital Readmission Rates

By Sharon Muenster | Aug 26, 2016

Reducing Hospital Readmission Rates in Metuchen NJ: National Safe at Home Week is August 22nd – 25th. When you’re talking about hospital readmission rates, recovery, and helping seniors get back to the life they use to know before their illness, medical emergency, or major surgery, part of the process should involve addressing safety issues.

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Avoid These 3 Common Mistakes People Make When a Loved One Has Pneumonia

By Robert Stelletello | Aug 22, 2016

Reduce Hospital Readmission Rates in Chicago IL: Here are three common mistakes you’ll want to avoid if you plan on supporting your loved one during their recovery from pneumonia.

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Dad’s New Adventure Following His Heart Attack

By Jim Crossett | Aug 22, 2016

Reduce Hospital Readmission Rates in Danbury CT: The moment that phone rang, you had the sense something was not right. You almost didn’t answer, thinking it might have been somebody else calling for help, but you did. And you found out your father had just suffered a heart attack.

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The Role Motivation Plays in Reducing Hospital Readmission Rates

By Kevin Watkins | Aug 19, 2016

Reduce Hospital Readmissions Greece NY-How important is motivation in life? To answer that, it all depends on who you ask. Some people believe motivation is the key to success while others think it can certainly help you elevate yourself, but it’s not going to play a crucial role.

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