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What Is Lou Gehrig’s Disease?

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One of the most devastating diseases is that of ALS, which stands for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, and is often referred to as Lou Gehrig’s disease (named as such for the baseball player who was diagnosed with the condition). Because ALS can be so debilitating, home healthcare services may be required…

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What Is Fatty Liver Disease?

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Fatty liver disease, also called nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), is a condition where too much fat is stored in the liver cells. Home healthcare services may be available for those who are suffering from fatty liver disease. Please read on to learn more about the condition, and contact United…

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What Is Legionnaires’ Disease?

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One condition that may result in the patient requiring home healthcare services is that of Legionnaires’ disease. Not only can this disease lead to short-complications, ranging from headache to a cough and more, but it can also cause long-term complications, such as septic shock and kidney failure. Consider the following…

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What Is Addison’s Disease?

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For those who suffer from Addison’s disease, getting a correct diagnosis, treatment, and then living with the condition can be very challenging. Indeed, symptoms can sometimes be very limiting, and healthcare treatment is required for Addison’s disease for life. If you have been diagnosed with Addison’s disease and require home…

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What Is Hand-foot-and-mouth Disease?

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Most parents are familiar with hand-foot-and-mouth disease, or HFMD for short, because the disease commonly affects young children, and therefore is something that pediatricians usually discuss with their patients’ parents. While rare, the disease can sometimes occur in older children and adults. If you or a loved one is suffering…

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What is Lyme Disease?

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Most people who are infected with Lyme disease recover with antibiotics. For many patients with Lyme disease, however, the symptoms of the disease persist for months later, resulting in debilitating pain, fatigue, and numerous other symptoms. If you were bitten by a tick and are experiencing any symptoms associated with…

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What is Parkinson’s Disease?

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Learning that you have Parkinson’s disease, or recognizing some of the signs and symptoms of Parkinson’s disease in a loved one can be devastating. As many people know, Parkinson’s disease affects a person’s movement, and it can result in a person ultimately finding it difficult or even impossible to walk…

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What is ALS Disease?

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Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a serious medical condition that involves the gradual breakdown of nerve cells in the brain and the spinal column. Unfortunately, ALS causes the loss of muscle control. It is better known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease — named after the baseball player who developed ALS in…

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