Monthly Archives: June 2018

Mental Health Minute: Improve your family’s mental health-Englewood Hospital newsletter

Mental Health Minute: Improving your family’s mental health Englewood Hospital Newsletter Building relationships with your family members can help promote good mental health. There are a number of activities families can do together that will not only boost mental wellness … Continue reading

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Mental Health Minute: Heart Disease and Depression-Englewood Hospital

Mental Health Minute: Heart Disease and Depression-Englewood Hospital Credited to Ilene Scalzi, CEM II http://www.nimh.nih.gov People who develop cancer, diabetes or in particular, heart disease are at higher risk for developing depression as well. Depression’s link to cardiac medication and … Continue reading

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Synergy Home Care

Synergy Home Care http://www.synergyhomecare.com Promoting independence: live the life you and your family deserve. Let us handle the details while you concentrate on the important things. We’re working hard so you don’t have to. Your trusted resource for care and … Continue reading

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Mental Health Minute: Normal Aging versus Dementia-Englewood Hospital

Mental Health Minute: Normal Aging versus Dementia-Englewood Hospital This information was taken from AHCPR Clinical Practice Guidelines NO. 19 Publication. As we age are brains go through changes as well. It is normal to forget where you parked your car … Continue reading

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Mental Health Minute: Englewood Hospital-Nursing Home Residents and Depression

Mental Health Minute-Englewood Hospital-Nursing Home Residents and Depression Taken from their monthly newsletter: Nursing Home Residents and Depression It is determined that as many as half of all older people living in nursing homes suffer from depression severe enough to … Continue reading

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Heart Failure Program

Heart Failure Program Passport Rehabilitation Your Way Home Reducing the Risk: Decreasing the need for re-hospitalization According to the American Heart Association CHF affects approximately five million people in the United States and over 500,000 people are diagnosed with the … Continue reading

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The Keys to Healthy Living: Friendship and Purpose: Changes in lifestyle and outlook can affect longevity by Jo Ann Jenkins

The Keys to Healthy Living: Friendship and Purpose: Changes in lifestyle and outlook can affect longevity. By Jo Ann Jenkins, CEO AARP I found this article in the recent issue of AARP Bulletin and I thought it was very important … Continue reading

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