Better watch your back, people. Gangs of angry, wheelchair-bound residents are screaming at high speeds through our nation's nursing homes, pursuing their mobile vendettas with brutal demonstrations of frontier justice. Or at least they are in Peoria, IL. OK, at least one is. Or was.
It's hard to believe the holidays are already here. As I have frantically baked cookies, mailed holiday cards and waited in long lines for the perfect gift, I couldn't help but people-watch. I've encountered my share of fellow shoppers that should be posted on various websites for their holiday spirit, or lack thereof.
Therapy services can be a tricky business when working with residents with a history of "behavioral issues."
Dementia patients who were able to receive in-home treatment delayed nursing home admission, new research says.
Having recently plunked down a $120 co-pay for medicine that was a far cry from designer caliber, I can relate to people who believe drugs are too expensive.
Roughly 80% of nurses continue to work through neck, back and shoulder pain acquired on the job, according to a survey.
The Food & Drug Administration this week introduced the Safe Use Initiative to reduce preventable harm from medications and improve patient health.