Observing a few simple rules can make the difference in sparing elderly diabetes patients from a preventable outcome of the disease: a foot amputation. Dr. Gina Mendoza, DPM, FACFAS, founder of Mendoza Podiatry, explains in this guest column.
If you are caring for an elderly loved one who was exposed to radiation as a result of the United States military’s domestic nuclear testing program, you’ll want to know about the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act (RECA) that can offer up to $100k in compensation for those who may have developed cancer or other specified diseases after such exposure. This article explains.
What is the Tennessee Real ID? Does everybody need one? Should you help the elderly loved ones in your care get one? Family caregivers throughout the state are asking themselves these questions. In this article, we'll answer many of the most common questions we're hearing.