Eldercare Channel Announces New Free Evaluation Survey for In-Home Healthcare

St. Louis, MO (June 2019) – Eldercare Channel has announced the launch of its new free evaluation survey. This multi-step survey helps the children or spouses of elderly individuals assess the status of their senior parents or loved ones. It is designed to help people make better decisions about in-home health care that might be needed. The questions are best answered sooner rather than later as a way of identifying problems early and finding more suitable solutions. The new Eldercare Channel survey asks six questions that are highly relevant to the life of someone who is starting to age. The possible answers...
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Diet and Breast Cancer

What would happen if older women could faithfully cut fat intake by a third and add lots of fruits to their diet? The answer: they’ll significantly reduce their risk of death from breast cancer, with some weight loss to boot. The word is just out about a large study from the Women’s Health Initiative (WHI) that involved about 50,000 women aged 50-80 who did not have breast cancer. They kept their fat intake to about 20% of their total daily calories and consumed daily five servings of vegetables and fruit and six servings of grains. There was a statistically significant...
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Eldercare Channel Announces Personalized In-Home Healthcare Consultation

St. Louis, MO (March 2019) – Earlier today, Eldercare Channel announced the launch of its new in home health care and adult day care consultation service, set to go live April 1, 2019. For anyone with even a passing interest in the world of eldercare, this new development will be worth paying attention to, as it’s set to shake things up. Currently, with even a passing glance, a person will notice other services don’t so much consult or refer you to specific companies as they simply maintain a directory of all of them. The founder of Eldercare Channel, Dr. William Dunn, makes a...
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