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Barrier Nursing in Home Healthcare

Barrier nursing is a technical term which has been followed since the inception of Nursing Care. If one or two siblings is unwell with the common cold, it is normal for the parents to keep the two siblings apart. 384 more words


Palliative Care

Patients with long-term or chronic diseases like cancer, heart disease, HIV, hepatitis, liver failure, kidney failure, dementia etc., generally use palliative care. In some cases such care is given until the patient reaches the end of the care cycle which could be recovery or death. 395 more words


Fibroids and Polyps: What Women Should Know About A Common Health Problem


Uterine Fibroids or fibroids are non-cancerous lumps (composed of muscular tissue) that grow in the muscular walls of the uterus. It affects more than 10 million women every year in India. 391 more words


How to identify the onset of Alzheimer's in elderly

Alzheimer’s disease or AD was first discovered in 1906 by a German doctor whose name was Dr.Alois Alzheimer. It is a degenerative brain disease. It is the most common form of dementia in the elderly. 471 more words


Connecting the Dots - My Life!

“You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. 35 more words


Why a mother’s health is most important in the family

“On the one occasion when my mother fell ill, the whole dynamics of the house had changed. My sister and I had no direction, we went about our activities without enthusiasm, we ate out, and we didn’t have much to say to one another. 447 more words


How Parkinson's Disease affects the body.?

James Parkinson was the doctor who first observed, in 1817, the symptoms of the disease that is now named after him. Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a progressive disease of the central nervous system. 416 more words