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Daily Living Aids for the Elderly

It’s incredibly easy when you’re younger to take for granted the minutia of everyday life. As we get older, many of the things that came easy now become more difficult. Everything from walking to just going to the bathroom can become a major task as we age. Even ego and vanity can lead to our older relatives or friends possibly creating a dangerous environment for everyday life.

Technology for the Vision Impaired

We live now in an era of rapidly advancing technology. Just a few decades ago a computer in your home would be a pipe dream. Now we have smart phones that have more computing power than some of the early space missions. As we age, the ability to see some of the smaller print on this technology can diminish.

Helping Your Vision

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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Nasal Polyps Removal: What Are Your Treatment Options?

While nasal polyps can affect anyone, they are more common in adults. Medications can often shrink or remove nasal polyps. However, sometimes surgery may be required to remove them. Even after successful treatment, nasal polyps often recur. Find all the options and effective products for nasal polyps removal.

Pureed Food For Adults

If you have recently undergone surgery or are recovering from a serious illness, you may find it necessary to eat a pureed food diet for some time. It is a viable alternative to a liquid or regular diet by giving your body the nutrition it needs, preventing weight loss, and giving your body the strength to heal. HPFY brings you the guide to eating pureed food for adults.

Choosing The Best Female Catheter

The choice of catheter varies among men and women. Men have longer catheters compared to women because of the difference in anatomy. Female catheters are 6 inches long on average. However, compact catheters are also available. Find how to choose the best female catheter at HPFY.

A Primer on Biofeedback Therapy

Biofeedback is a therapy to measure your body’s response to key functions with the help of sensors. This information helps you learn more about how your body works, gives you control over body functions, and insights into health conditions. Learn all about biofeedback therapy at HPFY.

Managing Dementia and Incontinence

The psychological and social impacts of incontinence can be burdensome for family members and caregivers. It disrupts daily life, sleep patterns, outings, and even relationships and gets even worse when accompanied by dementia. Research states that Incontinence with dementia can be a precursor to loss of independence and nursing home admission in some cases. Learn all about dementia and incontinence at HPFY.

All About Deep Tissue Injury

A deep tissue injury (DTI) can be painful and debilitating and lead to life-threatening issues. Even with treatment, it can quickly deteriorate into your worst nightmare, and since it's not an obvious injury, it's easy to miss. Learn all about deep tissue injury.

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