Posts Tagged ‘Delmar Nursing And Rehabilitation’

Mindfulness Without Formal Meditation

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With more awareness about the health benefits of meditation and mindfulness, many people would like to start practicing mindfulness on a daily basis. But some people don’t know how to go about it. Or they can’t find the time to designate for it. The good news is that mindfulness doesn’t necessarily require a formal meditation…

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Benefits Of Walking Outdoors

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Do you go for a daily walk outside? Walking outdoors has numerous benefits you can enjoy. Here are three of them. Exercise The first benefit of walking outdoors is of course exercise. You can do much to promote your health with a brisk walk. According to the Mayo Clinic, by brisk walking regularly you can…

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Why You Should Throw A Birthday Party For Your Loved One

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Birthday parties aren’t just for kids. Though, many people don’t consider it important for anyone past the age of 10. Here are a few reasons why you should consider making a birthday party for your loved one. Family Time At Delmar Nursing and Rehabilitation, we place a high value on family. Family time is important…

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Keeping Warm In The Winter

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Winter can get cold in Delmarva, and some people deal with it better than others. While keeping warm in the winter doesn’t seem like an issue when you can technically turn up the heat, you may have found yourself in situations that your body still feels a chill. You also can’t turn up the heat…

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Can We Reverse Hearing Loss?

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We may be on the brink of an innovative hearing loss cure. Although curing hearing loss appears to be an unlikely novelty, there’s actually serious, hard science behind the claim. Hearing Loss Among Adults in the U.S. Hearing loss can be devastating. Anyone with a loved one suffering from serious hearing loss knows that managing hearing…

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New Understanding In How Alzheimer’s Forms In The Brain

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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 Your Way To Cardiovascular Disease Prevention

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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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Dealing With Dry Skin In The Winter

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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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Dealing With Eye Infections

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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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