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I couldn't agree more with this article . After my son's shoulder surgery, follow-up visits were painful for everyone, because dressing and undressing was so hard. I couldn't find any clothes to help us solve the problem. I talked to other sick and injured friends and with their input, designed pants and a shirt that makes all body parts easily accessible to doctors.

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Having Alzheimer’s or dementia does not mean that you are completely debilitated, physically or mentally. Having Alzheimer’s or dementia also does not mean that you’ve lost your sense of fashion, you can no longer tell what’s comfortable, or you can’t tell what’s stylish and what’s not. In At the Heart of Alzheimer's author Carol Simpson recommends simplifying the task by hanging only a couple of items in the closet.
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According to an article published in Greatist by Amy Eisinger earlier this week, compression clothing is making its way to being one of the key influencers in athletic performance. While watching the Superbowl, you saw almost every player on the field sporting some kind of compression piece, whether it be socks, shirts, o
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Hip replacements, knee replacements, ACL surgery, Tommy John/Rotator Cuff surgery. We all know someone who has had one of these procedures and more importantly, a Loved One (LO) - be it friend or family member- who will be undergoing such a surgery. Now you’re the person who has been selected to be sober and in control during the time that your LO is impaired.
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While we’ve had an unseasonably warm winter in New York City this year, other parts of the country are offering just as many cold weather activities as ever. Whether you’re jetting off to Aspen, Jackson Hole, or Lake Tahoe, you should be confident in your abilities and experience the thrill of winter sports. It’s important to remember to stretch, drink plenty of water, and enhance your balance and coordination by doing simple aerobic exercises no less than a week before you plan on hitting the slopes.
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