Aging Well Journal Newsletter – August 2014 – Falls

AW Health Care’s August Aging Well Journal Newsletter reports on falls, your risk and things you can do to prevent falls. Falls According to statistics, each year over 12 million elderly people experience at least one fall. This means about 1 in 3 people over the age of 65 will fall this year. Falling is [...]

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Aging Well Journal Newsletter – July 2014 – AW Health Care

Aging Well Health Care says, ” Be AWake to stroke risk and high blood pressure.” A stroke occurs when a clogged or burst artery interrupts blood flow to the brain. This deprives the brain of needed oxygen. Consequently, affected brain cells die and brain damage occurs. When brain cells dies, body functions are impaired or [...]

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Aging Well Journal Newsletter – June 2014 – AW Health Care

Take Care To Protect Your Skin Especially in The Summer Months Skin Cancer….What Types Are There? Too much sun can cause skin cancer, so protect your skin especially in the summer. There are three types of skin cancer: basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma. Each type is unique, produces different symptoms, and has varying treatment [...]

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Aging Well Journal Newsletter – May -2014 – AW Health Care

Aging Well Health Care Says, “Be AWake to Arthritis.”   Osteoarthritis (OA)…According to Aging Well Health Care, people most often develop osteoarthritis (OA). OA develops when the cartilage that pads the joints begins to wear away. Bones rub against each other causing pain and stiffness. OA most often occurs in the hands, neck, lower back, [...]

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Aging Well Journal Newsletter – April 2014 – AW Health Care

    Aging Well Health Care Says, “Be AWake to Healthy Feet.”   According to Aging Well Health Care, to avoid some common aging problems, keep your feet healthy! You lose strength and balance, and increase your fall risk when you can’t walk well due to foot pain. When your feet feel good, you can walk [...]

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Aging Well Journal Newsletter – March 2014 – AW Health Care

AW Health Care Says, “Top O’ the Morning” to you!     March is Social Workers Month. AW Health Care Salutes Social Workers! What is a Social Worker? A social worker is a professional skilled in helping people with a wide range of issues… psychological, financial, health, relationship and substance abuse problems. Some social workers may [...]

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Aging Well Journal Newsletter – February 2014 – AW Health Care

February is Heart Health Month   Heart disease is a big problem. It is the leading cause of death in Americans. What is heart disease? Heart disease refers to several types of heart conditions. The most common type is when a substance called “plaque” builds up in the arteries that supply blood to the heart. [...]

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Aging Well Journal Newsletter – January 2014 – AW Health Care

Welcome to the New Year 2014 and the Aging Well Journal Newsletter! Are you thinking about making some resolutions? You’re never too old to improve! Here are a few ideas to make you healthier in 2014. Try one of these.   Keep Your Brain in Shape Don’t forget about your brain. Keeping your brain in [...]

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Aging Well Journal Newspaper – Winter Holidays Around The World

Winter Holidays Around The World During the winter holidays, AW Health Care serves many diverse peoples from around the world who celebrate a variety of beautiful traditions at this time of year. AW Health Care provides services in the preferred language of the home care client. AW offers many languages: Chinese, Russian, Spanish, Farsi, Vietnamese, Croatian, Serbian, [...]

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Aging Well Journal Newspaper – Special Edition Outpatient Rehabilitation

  AW Health Care would like to introduce our Outpatient Rehabilitation Manager!   AW Health Care hires and retains top-notch professionals to serve our clients, patients and families. Each staff member is team-oriented and passionate about their job because AW fosters individual personal and professional development allowing each to become the best he/she can be. [...]

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