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“20 or more years before symptoms appear, brain changes associated with Alzheimer’s disease may begin,” says the Alzheimer’s Association’s 2018 Alzheimer’s Disease Facts and Figures report. That seems like a very long time, long enough to intervene early if we would just know the exact cause. Knowing its cause and how Alzheimer’s forms in the…

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Seeing is believing, and it may also be lifesaving when it comes to preventing heart attacks, a recent study suggests. A blocked artery is a lot like a blocked water pipe. In both situations, things look fine on the outside but there’s less getting through the passageway. Unlike a water pipe, however, plaque-blocked arteries can…

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  Delmar Nursing and Rehabilitation is proud to be a recipient of The annual SeniorAdvisor.com Best of 2019 Awards, which recognizes outstanding senior living and home care providers who have received consistently high ratings from residents and their families. Winners of the SeniorAdvisor.com Best of 2019 Awards are located all over the United States and…

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It’s winter and that means many people will be getting dry skin. If you suffer from dry skin on your hands or chapped lips, you know how annoying this can be. But what causes your skin to dry up so much in the winter, and more importantly, what can do to prevent it from happening?…

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Anyone who’s suffered from eye infections knows that they’re annoying. But they probably don’t know that they can also be dangerous. While they don’t always require “opthalmology care” or the expertise of Delmar Nursing and Rehabilitation, they shouldn’t be neglected. How Eye Infections Happen Eye infections are caused by fungi, bacteria, and viruses and can…

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With the romaine lettuce alert, people are wondering, is it safe to eat romaine lettuce again? Thankfully, the answer is, yes. But you just need to make sure it comes from a safe region. Regions Affected The CDC recently released an update on the E. coli 0157:H7 illness outbreak found in romaine lettuce found in…

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“Thanksgiving Day is a good day to recommit our energies to giving thanks and just giving.” – Amy Grant It’s Thanksgiving Day! We at Delmar Nursing and Rehabilitation would like to use the opportunity and thank you, our residents. Here are three specific areas where we’d like to show our gratitude this Thanksgiving at Delmar.…

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If you love Romaine lettuce, you’re going to have to find something else to eat for the time being. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) just issued a warning about an E. coli outbreak in the U.S. and Canada, seemingly originating from the lettuce. Demographics The scare is relevant to the entire country…

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