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10 Products for Bedridden Patients You Must Have

Understanding the 5 stages of Parkinson’s Disease can help with early detection and treatment and Health Products for You can help.

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Your Guide for Surviving Summer Like A Pro!

Summer officially starts June 21, but Memorial Day weekend is viewed as the “unofficial” beginning of summer. As your health and wellness partner, HPFY has the info and products you need to have a fun and safe Memorial Day weekend!

Your Guide To Choosing The Best Hospital Bed Mattress

If not given the proper mattress or bed overlay, may end up developing pressure sores where parts of the body come in contact with the mattress. A patient who needs to be in bed most of the day will need constant position changes and a good mattress to protect skin integrity.

Healthy Brain And Cognitive Function In Old Age

Our brain is the control center of our bodies, it regulates bodily functions, stores memories & inherits traits that make us who we are. Exercise, a good diet, & proper sleep keep our body & brain healthy.

Migraine With Aura - Symptoms, Phases, Risk Factors & Treatment

Migraine headaches cause recurrent headaches that can be debilitating. A migraine without aura is known as a common migraine while migraine with aura is called a classic migraine. Other symptoms that occur with migraines include nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to light or sound.

Drug Addiction Treatment – A Woman’s Journey

A family history of drug use or abuse is a big predictor of future drug abuse by children raised in that environment. It changes the brain and how it responds. They target the reward center in the brain and create feelings of euphoria. Drug addicts are constantly chasing that feeling of euphoria which normally entails increased use of the offender.

Heart Attacks in Women - Signs & Symptoms

Heart attacks in men and women present differently. The typical heart attack symptoms we grew up learning about are more prevalent in men. The biological differences in men and women play a significant role in how heart attack symptoms are felt.

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