Asthma

What is Asthma?? Asthma is a condition that affects your lungs. Labeled as the most common long-term diseases of children. Adults can also have asthma as well. Things that can cause asthma- Genetics’, environmental and occupational factors can cause asthma. No one is positive on everything that can cause asthma, but we do know that […]

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Why is CPR Important

Do you have a family member or a friend who has a chronic illness? Maybe you know someone who has Asthma or even simply allergies? Knowing CPR can save their lives, it can also save your life. If you know CPR and you happen to be in a situation when a stranger needs help, you’ll […]

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Alzheimer’s Disease

What is Alzheimer’s?                 Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease that destroys memory and independent motor functions. With Alzheimer’s your brain cells and the cell connections degenerate and die.  The two main symptoms are memory loss and sever confusion. There is no cure for Alzheimer’s, only medication management that can temporarily improve symptoms. Symptoms usually start […]

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*Dementia*

Today we are going to talk about Dementia. What is Dementia? Dementia is a term that is used to describe over all diseases and conditions that get categorized as a decline in all ADL’s/motor functions, any independent functions. What I mean by that is- Memory loss, Speech/language, problem solving, over all thinking skills that affects […]

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*Upper Respiratory Infection*

Today we will be talking about Upper Respiratory Infections. A commonly known virus. Symptoms Scratchy or sore throat Sneezing Stuffy Nose Cough Very Common Over 3 million U.S cases EVERY year. Upper respiratory infections spread very easily. Wither from skin to skin contact or simply walking through someones airborne droplets (coughing & sneezing). You can […]

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Todays Topic: ALLERGIES

As we all know there are different types of Allergies. Some are Mild allergies, and some are severe allergies. Some you may need to go to the hospital, require you to carry an epi pen, or just take allergy meds, some don’t require anything but a tissue. TYPES OF ALLERGIES Allergic Rhinitis: Swelling of the […]

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Heart Attack (Women)

Hello there! Today we will speak about Heart Attack’s in women. We all know the Common Heart Attack signs and symptoms? Its okay if not. Here is a list to watch for. SYMPTOMS -Pressure, tightness, pain or a squeezing or aching sensation in your chest or arms that may spread to your neck, jaw or […]

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**CORVID 19 Information**

We should all take the time to properly wash our hands but, also having a small bottle of sanitizer can help as well. Work on not touching our faces. CORVID19 right now is a hot subject. Some people think its blown out of proportion. Others think that its an epidemic. CORVID can be a serious […]

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AED’s and CPR

You Do Have The Power To Restart A Heart Cardiac arrest is one of the leading causes in the United States. Each year in the United States, more that 350,000 cardiac arrests occur outside of a hospital setting. Less than 10 percent of those victims survive. Cardiac arrest can happen to anyone of any age […]

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2015 CPR Guidelines Basics

The 2015 Guidelines Update focuses on topics with significant new science or ongoing controversy, and so serves as an update to the 2010 guidelines rather than a complete revision. It also marks the beginning of a new era, because the guidelines will transition from a five-year cycle of periodic revisions and updates to a Web-based […]

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