How to Accurately Measure Blood Pressure at Home

Checking your blood pressure at home is an important part of managing high blood pressure (hypertension). Home monitoring can help you keep tabs on your blood pressure in a familiar setting, make certain your medication is working, and alert you and your doctor to potential health complications. Monitoring your blood pressure at home can: Help […]

Improving Quality of Life for the Bedridden

When a loved one is confined to bed, they will need help with daily activities. Caring for the bedridden involves aspects of life that you might take for granted. Whether you are providing care or simply looking for someone to help you, caring for a bedridden person can impact you emotionally. If you are providing […]

The Advantages of Contactless Thermometers

An infrared thermometer can check your body temperature without touching the body surface. That’s why it’s called a non-contact thermometer. The Non-Contact Infrared Thermometer (NCIT) is a reliable, comfortable and accurate choice for temperature measurement. It is handy for checking fever in children. When your loved one has a fever, it’s essential to keep their […]

How to Avoid Sports Injuries

Exercise is great for the body, and with the right precautions, sports injuries can often be avoided. High-quality protective equipment, helmets, shoes, mouth guards have contributed to improving safety in sports. However, you can still get injured. Always contact your healthcare provider before starting any type of physical activity, especially vigorous exercise or sports. Sports […]

What is the Ideal Room Temperature for Comfortable Living?

The three Cs, climate, cost and comfort, define the ideal temperature for our room. People accustomed to sub-zero temperatures and those who live near the equator have different tolerances for temperature. Others living in warm climates have different tastes. There are constant thermostat battles not only at home but also at work. Women feel much […]

Preventing Falls at Home

Each year, millions of older people—those 65 and older—fall. More than one out of four older people fall each year, but less than half tell their doctor. Falling once doubles your chances of falling again. Falls Are Serious and Costly One out of five falls causes a severe injury such as broken bones or a […]