Tag: dallas home care

Difficult Diagnosis
06 Nov

Why Staying Positive After a Difficult Diagnosis Can Positively Affect Health

Have you ever felt yourself ramping up to bubble over with unrestrained laughter, at the most ill-timed moment – in a packed elevator, a hushed waiting room, or a religious service? Although there are, obviously, occasions when we must stamp down the silliness, writer Jane Heller says that, “Humor can keep us balanced, even in […]

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An emergency department sign.
09 May

Know the Signs of Stroke and What to Do to Best Help

Stroke is listed by the National Stroke Association as the fifth top reason for death in the U.S., with upwards of 800,000 individuals suffering from a stroke annually. This translates to every 40 seconds, somebody, somewhere in the U.S. has a stroke. And every 4 minutes, an individual dies because of a stroke. If you […]

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07 Jun

Mom Lives Alone in Dallas: When Is Home Care Appropriate?

Since moving away from Dallas, you’ve made it an important priority to call Mom every Saturday afternoon, without exception. After talking about the week, she confirms that yes, she’s getting plenty of rest, eating well, taking her meds and is healthy. However, seeing her in person over a long weekend vacation to Dallas paints a […]

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18 May

Dallas Home Care Advice | Watching for Strokes in the Blink of an Eye

As our population ages, the healthcare community is placing more attention on conditions like strokes. There are two types of strokes: hemorrhagic (bleeding in the brain) and ischemic (blockage in the brain). Ischemic strokes are the most common ones, usually caused by blood clots that block the flow of blood to parts of the brain. […]

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23 Dec

This Holiday Season, Plan the Perfectly Prepared Dallas Outing

The holidays are all about spending time with family—from the youngest newborn to the oldest great grandmother of the bunch. And this season, whether you’re meeting up for dinner, a party, or a group outing, it’s important to be prepared. Follow these tips from Heaven at Home to celebrate the togetherness of your Texas family, […]

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