Holidays like Thanksgiving are meant for families to come together and gather around for a meal that’s sure to induce incredible sleepiness. These gatherings can be anywhere from five family members to fifty, but no matter the amount of people, it’s always the same preparation for the perfect Thanksgiving meal. Even without existing conditions such as Parkinson’s or Arthritis, preparing a meal that large is exhausting and it can damage anyone’s hands. Here’s a few ways to improve damage control during the holiday season.
- Preparing Thanksgiving With Adaptive Kitchen Aids
- October is Physical Therapy Month
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There are thousands of situations in which physical therapy is needed nationwide, from pre-existing conditions, progressive conditions, and accidents, physical therapists are a blessing in disguise. Physical therapy is one of those regular occurrences in recovery that’s underrated and overlooked. It’s a vital part to recovery and unfortunately, not everyone can receive it.
There are more than 200,000 cases of congestive heart failure per year. The majority of those affected range in age, beginning at age 40 and up.
This is a usually a chronic condition in which the heart does not properly pump the blood as is required for a healthy heart.
Technology: You can't get away from it! For most people, it's a love-hate relationship — you can't live with it but you can't live without it! The older generation, in particular, has increasingly begun to understand the need and necessity of 'getting with the program' when it comes to modern day technology - even if it means an ongoing refusal to get an email account.
Do you have an elderly mother or grandmother who seems to be cold all the time no matter how much she adjusts the thermostat or covers up with blankets?
It is a common problem among senior citizens, male or female. We are excited to offer a new line of products called Janska Wellness Wear, a clothing line made to be comfortable while sitting.
About 10 million Americans have a condition known as essential tremor, according to the International Essential Tremor Foundation (IETF).
Painting and other arts are popular among people with disabilities. Find out more about what binds the worlds of disability and art.
September is designated as Self-Improvement Month. It is the perfect time to reflect on necessary changes and set new goals.
Sears Optical established August as National Eye Exam Month in 1989. Ophthalmologists promote eye health and safety, and in particular the importance of routine eye exams, during this month.
Carrying your urine bottle discreetly and keeping it clean can be a challenge, but here is some wise advice.
Got knee pain? A knee pad might not solve everything, but it can do more than you might think ... if you get the right kind.
For all of the pasta lovers, Friday July 29, 2016 was a national day to celebrate one of the most beloved pasta dishes. This date has been set aside to appreciate the layered combination of meat, pasta, cheese and sauce, also known as lasagna.