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  • Parkinson's Caregiving Tips

    Parkinson’s disease is a brain disorder that occurs when nerve cells in the brain break down. This means that the body makes movements on its own, without regard for how a person wants his or her body to move. The most common symptom is called tremor – the involuntary shaking of limbs. Other ...
  • Healthy Living - 10 Anti-Inflammatory Foods

    By: Dr. Heather Tick Using both the data of modern science and the time-proven traditions of complementary medicine, Dr. Heather Tick M.D. has helped tens of thousands of patients reach their peak levels of health over the past 30 years. She is the first holder of the prestigious Gunn-Loke Endowed ...
  • Ask a Nurse - Facing the Diagnosis

    Question : I’m a 56 year old female with no previous medical issues except for childbirth. At my annual check-up, I mentioned some unusual symptoms I’ve been having. My doctor didn’t like what he heard and ordered a battery of tests. I find that I am moving through each day almost in a daze – going ...
  • Ask a Qualicare Specialist: Non-natural Sweeteners and Diabetes

    Question: Dear Qualicare, I am currently taking care of my elder friend who has diabetes. She suffers with diabetic seizures regularly and I am concerned she is addicted to sugar, the worst substance for a diabetic, and adds brown sugar to everything thinking that is a safe alternative. Is there a ...