Summer is coming to an end and families are shifting gears to get their kids ready for another school year. For many, this means getting back to busy schedules, and getting out the door in time for the first school bell is a challenge that often leads to skipping breakfast and opting for the convenience of a drive-thru.
In her role as a nurse practitioner at Hospice of the Western Reserve, Sarah Blowers helps individuals with advanced illness communicate personal healthcare choices. In this article, she explains why having a plan in place is important for adults of all ages.
Many people around the U.S. will be stepping outdoors on August 21 to view the solar eclipse.
However, according to Rishi Singh, M.D., of Cleveland Clinic, those who don’t take the proper precautions to protect their eyes may be setting themselves up for some real trouble.
Over the past 30 years, the idea of a “wellness visit” for children, adolescents and young adults has evolved significantly because of changing views on health prevention, immunization protection and antibiotic therapies, and childhood development.
Caring for an older mother or father can be a challenge, both physically and mentally. But if the parent lives in a continuing care retirement community, the stress of caregiving can be eased for family members.