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Consumer education affects decisions in areas of new technology and older adults are often suspicious of what they hear about the benefits. We need to educate ourselves with the information we are provided and also do some of our own investigating. Learn how to take the most prudent approach.
Effective Communication With Your Doctor
Effective communication with your physician can mean the difference between a speedy diagnosis and a missed on.
Elder Lawyers a Valuable Resource
Attorneys who work in the field of elder law have knowledge of older adult issues as well as the myths related to competence and aging. Learn about their areas of expertise and when to utilize the legal assistance they can provide.
Making the Most of Doctors' Visits
Visiting the doctor's office can be stressful, especially if we are having problems with our health and are looking for answers. We can miss information or misinterpret what the doctor is telling us. This "must read" article helps us make the most of our visits.
Patient School [offsite link]
Physician-developed site to empower patients to partner in their health care like never before.
Staying on Top of Our Healthcare
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TIA: A Potential Stroke on the Horizon
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