Assisted Living Memory Care: A Look At Common Questions

Posted on: 17 October 2017

Seeing your beloved family member lose their memory to age, dementia, or Alzheimer's disease is scary. Even more terrifying for many family members is the idea that their loved one will no longer be able to care for theirself or they won't be able to effectively care for them. Thankfully, there are memory care options available in the form of assisted living facilities that specialize in this kind of care for aging senior citizens.
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What You Need To Know About Costume Contact Lenses

Posted on: 17 October 2017

Many people think costume contact lenses are a great way to add pizzazz to a costume. However, many people obtain these lenses from costume shops without knowing of the potential dangers. Before you use non-prescription contact lenses, you should be aware of the risks so you can make an educated decision about your health. Oxygen Depravation Your eyes need oxygen to maintain their health. When you purchase non-prescription lenses for a costume, you're getting lenses that may, or may not, fit your eye.
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Your Annual Eye Exam

Posted on: 26 September 2017

Whether you have been wearing glasses for years or have perfect 20/20 vision, an annual eye exam is recommended to maintain your vision. Having an ophthalmologist perform an eye care exam only takes a short moment but getting information on what you need to do to maintain your ocular health will benefit you into your senior years. If you just want to schedule your eye exam and then go back to your regular everyday life, here's what to do.
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These Darned Allergies! How to Stop Seasonal Rhinitis Symptoms in Their Tracks

Posted on: 7 September 2017

If you suffer from seasonal rhinitis, you're not alone. Research shows that about 20% of the entire population suffer from seasonal rhinitis. Sometimes the symptoms can become so severe that you have a difficult time breathing. Not only that, but your eyes develop an itchy, watery condition that makes it difficult to see properly. Luckily, you don't need to suffer in silence. There are plenty of steps you can take to keep the condition under control.
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