Cases Where A Compounding Pharmacy Is Necessary

Posted on: 6 January 2016

The average doses of medication sold by pharmacies will work for many people, but there are cases where a compounding pharmacy is the best choice. Here are some cases where you should visit a compounding pharmacy.  When the Dosage is Incorrect for Your Size Mass produced medication is designed to meet the needs of most users. If you fall well outside the range of a normal adult, you may need to have the medication made in a smaller or larger dose than usual.
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Five Mistakes To Avoid When Caring For Alzheimer's Patients

Posted on: 22 December 2015

Caring for an Alzheimer's patient is a challenging and sometimes heart-wrenching experience. This is especially true if you are caring for a parent or loved one. You'll need to fortify yourself with knowledge and awareness to stand up to the challenge of giving an Alzheimer's patient the best possible care. Being aware of the following commonly made mistakes is a good start to educating yourself regarding Alzheimer's care.  1. Doing everything for the Alzheimer's patient
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Dental Care For Alzheimer's Patients: What You Need To Know As A Caregiver

Posted on: 21 December 2015

If you are taking care of a parent or loved one with Alzheimer's, you know how hard it can be to help them with daily hygiene as they lose cognitive function. One area that may be particularly hard to oversee -- but is vital to good oral and overall health -- is tooth brushing and dental care. Problem Behaviors in Alzheimer's Patients One of the biggest issues that Alzheimer's patients encounter is the frustrating inability to remember how to perform simple tasks, like brushing teeth or flossing.
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Four Common Medicare Mistakes You Don't Want To Make

Posted on: 5 December 2015

When it comes to Medicare, the application and management process can be confusing. There are so many rules and regulations that it can be difficult to get everything right. If you're not prepared, you can make mistakes that might ultimately cost you important benefits. Here's a look at a few common mistakes that people make so you can avoid the same. Forgetting to Enroll at 65 This is a common mistake that people make when they reach the age of eligibility.
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