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Caregiving For A Spouse With Dementia, Can You Put It Into Words?

By Barry | February 28, 2019

Caregiving for a loved one who suffers from dementia is exceedingly difficult. Certainly when it is a very close loved one, such as your parent…

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Our March Calendar is Here!

By Naomi | February 26, 2019

Click on the link below to see more! March 2019 Activities Calendars

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Ditmas Digest

By Naomi | February 26, 2019

  Click on the link below to read more! DitmasParkDigest_March 2019

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What Is Step Therapy And How Does It Actually Work?

By Barry | February 14, 2019

Step therapy is part of the Medicare Prescription Drug Plan. This means that Medicare will cover a particular drug only if your doctor shows that you medically…

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New Pill Can Now Deliver Insulin, No More Injections?

By Barry | February 12, 2019

A new pill can now deliver insulin to Type-2 diabetes sufferers, straight into their stomach wall, a recent study reports. Will injections soon be a…

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HIberCell Targets Forming Dormant Cancer Cells Before They Wake Up

By Barry | February 7, 2019

Hibercell, a new biotech company, is focusing on killing off new but dormant cancer cells before they wake up and cause trouble.   Several of…

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Granny Cam Bill In Minnesota For Nursing Homes Soon To Pass

By Barry | February 7, 2019

A  Granny Cam bill that will regulate electronic monitoring in resident rooms of Minnesota assisted living communities and nursing homes will soon become law.  …

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Ditmas Digest

By Naomi | February 6, 2019

  Click on the link below to read more! DitmasParkNewsletter_February 2019

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Prescription Antibiotics Wrongly Prescribed 25% Of The Time

By Barry | January 18, 2019

Prescription antibiotics are unfortunately too often prescribed inappropriately here in the United States, a recent analysis finds. Specifically, the analysis shows that for more than…

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Opioid Overdoses Now Detectable With New Smartphone App

By Barry | January 12, 2019

Detection of opioid overdoses and subsequent death are sometimes missed because there is no one around to help. Now scientists have created a smartphone app…

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