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The visitor restrictions placed at Jubilee Lodge in Kinistino were lifted on Friday.
Ontario Minister of Health and Long-Term Care Dr. Eric Hoskins, rights, visits Windsor Regional Hospital's Ouellette Avenue Campus cath lab with Dr. Roland Mihail, chief of cardiology.
Hurricane Arthur hit the Eastern U.S. this month as one of the earliest hurricanes on record.
Ottawa is sitting on a stockpile of more than $730 million in uncashed tax refunds and other government cheques, according to Public Works Canada.
State Sen. Emily Cain visited with fellow Democrats during the lunch break at the Maine Democratic Convention in Bangor in May. Bruce Poliquin, former state treasurer, spoke with Brent Littlefield, right, along with other supporters of his campaign during the June 2014 election night at Dysarts in Bangor.
Just like there are different investment stages during your working life, there are phases of retirement.
Marie Berntsen, RN, has joined Shore Staffing Inc. as the new clinical manager. She brings over 20 years nursing experience to the firm.
During a months-long run-up, the airwaves were full of scouting reports about the various blue chippers who were likely to be chosen.
No matter what they're learning in school, most young Americans are lost when it comes to managing their money.
Hilo Medical Center wants to increase its acute medical care beds to 20 and eliminate 20 of its skilled nursing facility beds and is seeking state approval to do so.
Long-term care issues are best dealt with when the older relative or parent is healthy and the various options can be considered when there is adequate time to do so.
The new company helps people protect their family, business and wealth with customized life, long-term care and disability insurance strategies, according to Tisdale, who is certified by the Corporation for Long-Term Care and the Institute of Business and Finance.
As a large contingent of Americans retire and enter their senior years, many will choose to face the challenges of their golden years by "aging in place" - staying in their homes instead of moving into a retirement or assisted-living facility.
Blame a lack of Medicaid reimbursement, a lack of private pay candidates, or problems with salary or pension for the county employees who work in county facilities, which make up around 5% of our nation's nursing homes.
Maybe you're getting close to 65 yourself or simply want to understand how Medicare works, so that you can help a family member or friend.
If someone were to complain that long-term care has become a "same old, same old" scene, you might be inclined to agree.
Updated: Sat Jul 26, 2014 02:50 am
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