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Health & Wellness

Reversing Heart Disease

With American Heart Month happening every February, Queen City Elder Care is dedicated in spreading awareness and offering helpful tips on how to reduce your chances of getting heart disease or even reverses it. We are offering a new way to approach your heart health. Based on the research in The Ageless Heart Manual by…

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What is the Brain Pacemaker?

A brain pacemaker is a medical device typically implanted into the brain and it is used to treat diseases such as Parkinson’s, epilepsy and severe depression.  The pacemaker works by sending electrical signals into tissue to create a deep brain stimulation. The brain pacemaker is a revolutionary device in the world of Parkinson’s disease. It can…

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Top Foods for Pain Management

Did you know that there are certain foods that have natural pain relieving qualities? No food will completely relieve pain, but Queen City Elder Care suggests adding these foods into your diet as a part of your chronic-pain management strategy. Foods rich in essential fatty acids (omega-3 and omega-6) such as salmon, nuts and corn…

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Celebrate National Nurses Week

Queen City Hospice and the rest of the nation are celebrating National Nurses Week from May 6th – 12th. National Nurses Week occurs on the same dates every year with May 12th marking the birthday of Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing. The American Nurses Association calls attention to all registered nurses during this…

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National Stroke Awareness Month

  May marks the start of National Stroke Awareness Month. It is widely perceived that having a stroke is unpreventable, but that is not the case.  Queen City Elder Care would like to discuss how to look out for the signs of a stroke and ways to prevent them. It’s a fact that anyone, regardless…

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