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Coronavirus Dehydration Concerns Addressed via Substantial ‘SOS Hydration’ Donation Targeted to Health Workers & Test-Positive Patients in Hard-Hit States

SCOTTSDALE, AZ–Amid escalating concerns about derivative health implications of COVID-19 and influenza illnesses in general—with dehydration paramount among the more ubiquitous health concerns as detailed in a multitude of reports—SOS Hydration is leading the dehydration-focused donation charge to aid healthcare workers and affected families in particularly hard hit states. The …

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Holiday Retirement Provides All Residents with 24/7 Access to Doctors and Other Medical Professionals Via Telehealth

WINTER PARK, FL–Holiday Retirement, the largest independent senior living provider in the U.S., announced that it has provided telehealth access and services to the residents of Holiday’s 261 senior living communities. Holiday’s residents have access to MeMD’s national network of healthcare providers for treatment of urgent-care situations and other conditions …

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Winning the Battle Against Loneliness

Five thoughtful design approaches to curb isolation, create connections in older adult communities By Jami Mohlenkamp “Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being,” says the World Health Organization, “and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” This statement is particularly resonant in the design of …

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Staying Connected During COVID19

By Tammy L. Marshall Humans are social beings; we thrive when we are connected.  The research from the National Institute on Aging outlines why staying connecting is not just a nice thing to do but a necessity for one’s overall health and well-being. By now you’ve read the studies, linking …

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