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Hypertension: Tips to Increase Medication Adherence

Once your aging loved one is diagnosed with hypertension, they are expected to take medications for the rest of their lives. Their medication adherence is a very important factor in their quality life and health. For this reason, doctors continue to reinforce the importance of medication adherence for hypertension in order to prevent hospitalizations, heart … Continue reading

The Benefits of Recovering in the Comfort of Home

When recovering from an illness, injury, or a major surgery, you will be typically given two options. You can choose to stay at the hospital and recover there or you can use the assistance of home health care in Ontario, California. If possible, continuing the process of recovery at home is usually a better option. … Continue reading

Living Life to the Fullest Through an Active Lifestyle

When it comes down to maintaining your health, living life to the fullest, and increasing your life span, there are few things as effective as an active lifestyle. Staying active in your golden years is crucial and it can provide a wide range of health benefits that will help you continue living life on your … Continue reading

Helping Your Loved One Fight Depression

As the years go by, your elderly family member or friend may experience feelings of depression. Some signs your loved one may be depressed include loss of appetite, unwillingness to take care of themselves, feelings of worthlessness, despair, and sadness, and a lack of motivation. Cardinal Home Health Care will assist you with helping your … Continue reading

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It’s Time: Let’s Get Physical!

Working out, although vital in order to stay in tip-top shape, may seem daunting especially in your later years of life. Cardinal Home Health Care knows the fear you may harbor when it comes to going out and moving your body, but with our assistance, you can keep yourself healthy. If you haven’t started exercising … Continue reading

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A Guide to Preventative Health Care

Many of us only visit our doctors when we aren’t feeling well. If you’re guilty of this, then it also means you’re guilty of not doing every means possible to be healthy. People of all ages, but especially seniors, should pay a visit to their physician regularly. It may seem like nothing is wrong, but … Continue reading

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