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1st Class Medical Oxygen Concentrator Division Sets Industry Standard By Establishing The First Consistent Sales Approach to Selling Oxygen Concentrators To Oxygen Therapy Patients

2010-08-01 | 1st Class Medical, a leader in respiratory oxygen equipment, puts the patient before profits. The company's new policies and procedures save oxygen therapy patients time and money.

Ottawa Cosmetic Dentist Improves Practice Efficiency With Professional Website

2010-07-31 | Leading cosmetic dentist in Ottawa launches brand new practice website to enhance the quality and level of care she can offer her patients.

Skin Conditions as a Result of Nursing Home Abuse/Neglect

2010-07-30 | Experienced nursing home abuse and neglect attorneys can fight for your loved one's rights and hold the guilty parties responsible by making them pay (literally).

The Rise of the New OAP - the 'Older, Active Protester'

2010-07-21 | Almost 8 million over-50s more politically active than ever.

In Homecare, Best-of-Breed Trumps Enterprise

2010-07-20 | Homecare-focused vendors deliver the market's top three systems.

New Study May Show Elderly as Less of an Auto Insurance Risk

2010-07-20 | Contrary to popular belief, elderly less likely to be in fatal car crash.

Home Health Mates, Inc-Tampa, Florida Awarded Accreditation from the Joint Commission

2010-07-18 | Bruce Muenter, President/Owner, says Joint Commission accreditation shows that "we make a significant investment in quality on a day-to-day basis from the top down. "

With You Will Never Forget to Take Your Pills Again!

2010-07-16 | is an Internet-based 'take your pill' reminder alert system. Now there's a way to remind yourself when it's time to take your pills, or time to give your loved one their pills.

Keeping Your Eyes Healthy

2010-06-30 | Keeping your eyes healthy for as long as possible is important.

Questions about Crystalens Eye Surgery

2010-06-26 | Crystalens is an intraocular lens (IOL) that can be implanted by an ophthalmologist to treat cataracts.

CPOE Adoption Milestone Still Out of Reach for Most U.S. Hospitals

2010-06-17 | Annual KLAS report looks at the progress of 11 vendors on moving their customers to computerized physician order entry.

June 15th is Elder Abuse Awareness Day

2010-06-10 | The Phoenix law firm of Cullan & Cullan, M.D., J.D. is proudly participating in local events aimed at increasing awareness of elder abuse at nursing home facilities.

Common Slip and Fall Injuries

2010-06-06 | In the workplace, slip and fall injuries represent the second leading cause of workplace death.

Femtosecond Lasers Helpful For Cataract Surgery

2010-06-03 | The femtosecond laser has helped decrease the complications of making a LASIK flap, and now several companies are using this technology to bring added safety to cataract surgery.

Questions About Monovision LASIK

2010-05-30 | The age-related condition known as presbyopia is first noticed when you must hold your book at a distance to bring words on the page into focus.

Broken Bones in Nursing Home Residents

2010-05-29 | If you've ever had a broken bone, you know that it can take months for it to heal correctly, and you can feel the effects of it for years.

Questions About LASIK

2010-05-27 | Each patient must meet standard LASIK eligibility criteria to be considered a safe candidate for LASIK.

Age and LASIK Eligibility

2010-05-27 | Although the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the use of the excimer laser to treat persons over 18 years of age, there really is no upper age limit for LASIK eligibility. has Released 7 Free Home Assessment Surveys to Help You Take a Close Look at Your Needs Before You Begin the Planning and Design Process for a Remodel or New Home

2010-05-26 | A remodeling project or new house design can be a daunting task. Add on another layer of complexity if one or more of the residents has a temporary or progressive disease or disability or is planning to age-in-place. Where do you start?

CK Eligibilty

2010-05-26 | CK, short for conductive keratoplasty, is a safer, although temporary, surgery that uses radio wave energy specifically to induce near-sighted vision.