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Articles of July,2016

Splitting and Storing the Pill

Posted on Jul 26, 2016 by Taikhum Sadiq

Pills were introduced earlier in the 20th century instead of tablets and capsules. They are smaller, compact, and contain specific doses of drugs. They are easier to carry around and consume. Pills are widely used around the world today.

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Posted in Pill Crusher or Splitter

Extending your Reach

Posted on Jul 26, 2016 by Taikhum Sadiq

There are millions of people around the world who suffer from the unfortunate situation of being on bed rest for at least some period of their life. Bed ridden patients often are recommended to avoid moving their body excessively as it can aggravate the condition that put them in bed in the first place. But one always yearns to be independent even when there are confined to a bed.

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Posted in Reachers or Reaching Aids

Lifting the Leg

Posted on Jul 26, 2016 by Taikhum Sadiq

Strangely enough, a leg lifter is the commonest of technologies one can use in their daily life. It isn’t operated by electricity; it doesn’t require an extensive instruction manual and works fine with all ages. But what exactly are leg-lifters? Well, in layman’s terms, a leg lifter is used to lift a patient’s leg into bed or onto another sleeping or sitting area.

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Posted in Leg Lifter

Helping Your Vision

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 by Kevin Cleary

With age comes wisdom, but it can also come with vision impairment. We may not have the eagle eyes we had when we were teenagers. Everyday tasks like reading the newspaper or an owner’s manual can become difficult when everything is blurry.

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Posted in Low Vision Aids

Fighting A Hot Summer

Posted on Jul 19, 2016 by Ayush Henry

This summer, the temperature is shooting dangerously to triple digit in many parts of USA. By early June, many regions have already experienced the hike in high temperatures, though for the short period. It usually occurs when the high pressure in the upper atmosphere of the southern plains shifts towards northern areas, expanding heat across much of the nation.

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Posted in Cold Therapy and Cold Packs

Oxygen and Travel - Using Oxygen Concentrator While Traveling

Posted on Jul 14, 2016 by Taikhum Sadiq

Oxygen concentrators are generally used for oxygen supply in healthcare services, especially in areas where liquid or pressurized oxygen is either too dangerous or not feasible, such as at your home or in portable clinics.

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Posted in Oxygen Concentrators

Regulate and Supply – Oxygen Regulators

Posted on Jul 14, 2016 by Taikhum Sadiq

Oxygen regulators are devices that enable a person to adjust the liter flow of oxygen from 1-25 liters per minute depending on the amount the doctor has prescribed for the device you are using. Regulators for children are specialized o regulate between 1 -32 litres and comes in small doses.

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Posted in Oxygen Conserving Devices & Regulators

Telephony for the Hearing Impaired

Posted on Jul 14, 2016 by Kevin Cleary

As the old commercial states “reach out and touch someone,” but as we age phoning a friend or family member can become a little more difficult. Hearing loss can make everyday conversations, watching TV, or simply calling a grandchild a very frustrating endeavor. Depending on your level of loss, there are plenty of technology aids to help you communicate with your loved ones.

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Posted in Hearing and Listening Aids

Food For Healthy Eyes

Posted on Jul 11, 2016 by Ayush Henry

Keeping the eyes healthy is as important as keeping skin, muscles and bones healthy. Though overall healthy and active lifestyle is the key to bright eyes, add these healthy foods to diet to prevent them from macular degeneration, vision loss, dry eyes, cataracts, and problems with night vision.

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Posted in Organic Food Products

Accessorize Your Walker or Rollator

Posted on Jul 09, 2016 by Kevin Cleary

To properly use a walker or rollator you must always use two hands securely. It’s a lot like driving your car; the best way to do it is with two hands. As you can imagine this makes carrying any belongings problematic at best. How do you take your favorite magazine or maybe an umbrella?

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Posted in Mobility Aids

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