3 Reasons You Get Contact Pressure Sores From Your CPAP Mask (And What You Can Do About It)

3 Reasons You Get Contact Pressure Sores From Your CPAP Mask (And What You Can Do About It)

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Most people think of pressure sores as something that happens to those who are bedridden, but it can happen to CPAP users as well. If you’ve experienced this, you know how uncomfortable it is—and how much it can interfere with your sleep apnea treatment. There are three main causes of CPAP contact sores, and these(...)

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Why Social Workers Are An Important Piece of Health Care

Why Social Workers Are An Important Piece of Health Care

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They’re there during some of the worst parts of a health crisis, and help coordinate care and offer direction to grieved loved ones. Yet, they can be the least-talked about when it comes to patient care. Since March is National Professional Social Work Month, Johns Hopkins Home Care Group would like to take some time to recognize the many things these(...)

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6 Tips to Help Manage Congestive Heart Failure

6 Tips to Help Manage Congestive Heart Failure

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February is American Heart Month. While it's important for all of us to take basic steps to improve or maintain a healthy heart, many are dealing with a very serious issue that requires continuous attention. Approximately 5.7 million Americans live with Congestive Heart Failure (CHF), according to the CDC. This is a condition in which the heart’s pumping power is(...)

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