As a caregiver, it is important to know the steps you can take to help prevent your elderly loved ones from suffering a fall. If you suspect that an elderly loved one is prone to falls, don’t wait for an accident to happen before you act.
Many elderly people tend to dismiss joint pain and body aches as part of ageing and would rather self-medicate or quietly endure the pain. But untreated pain can become chronic and greatly diminish their quality of life.
Drilling holes in the skull and implanting slim electrodes in the brain may sound a little too similar to those infamous lobotomies of the 1940s. But neuroscience has come a long way since, and a neurosurgical procedure...
Eye disorders among the elderly are a major health concern, as this could affect their ability to enjoy life to their fullest in their later years. The main eye problems that pose the greatest threat... Read our Doctor Q&A now >>
Low back pain is one of the most common pain disorders today. It is a chronic condition characterized by a persistent dull or sharp pain per the lower back. It afflicts 80% of the adult population... Read our Doctor Q&A now >>
Hypertension ( high blood pressure) usually causes no symptoms, but often leads to the damage of various body organs in the long-term. It is for this reason that high blood pressure or hypertension... Read our Doctor Q&A now >>
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