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Leaders of Tomorrow Award winners, new therapy codes, the battle against HAIs and more.
Two residents in a Florida retirement community tested positive for Legionnaires’ disease.
A new interdisciplinary minor will focus on healthcare at the intersection of medicine and healing.
A Good Samaritan rehabilitation unit has closed because it has had trouble filling and maintaining necessary nursing levels.
The brain deterioration associated with multiple sclerosis can hinder a person’s ability to interact with an accurate social context, says a new study in Neurology journal.
An Iowa program uses evidence-based findings to help seniors stay independent longer and avoid falls.
New research has found aging blood vessels is more of a reflection of a sedentary culture than genetics, suggesting healthy aging is possible.
Social isolation and loneliness can have such serious effects on mental and physical health that experts are calling them “the new smoking.”
Researchers examine the likelihood of falling when people with dementia use a cane or walker.
What’s the profile of a drug abuser? Unfortunately, one of the age groups seeing increased opioid misuse is age 50-64.
A new study found nearly one in four adults with pneumonia did not respond to prescribed treatment.
Hoyer lifts may help staff feel more secure about resident transfers, but blogger Kathleen Mears feels more uncomfortable and less independent when she can’t stand on her own two feet.
Early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease is difficult. Atypical forms of the disease can be even more challenging to identify, requiring different assessment tools and interventions.