The Numbers on Sleeping

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Sleeping is so easy many of us can do it with our eyes closed. We do it everyday and don’t usually think twice about it but lets take a look at some interest facts about sleeping.
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Infographic provided by Adjustablebeds.co.uk


The Risk of Smoke and Exhaust Exposure

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In the past decade we as a society have discovered the harmful effects of smoking on our bodies. This includes exhaust from cars and trucks. It is important to limit your exposure to these things especially in your own home. This infographic from RabbitAir.com shows how you can reduce the smoke and exhaust in your own home.

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How Cognitive Drift Can Kill Patient Care and Profits

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Cognitive drift is a mental condition where a temporary lapse in focus from delays in EHR functionality results in inaccuracies in patient records. Health care providers should be aware of cognitive drift when evaluating the efficiency of any EHR system. This problem can lead to poor patient satisfaction, poor patient outcomes, poor provider satisfaction, and ultimately lower income.

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Infographic provided by Wonderdoc.com


Xarelto: Internal Bleeding

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There are many drugs on the market that have serious side effects. We take these medications, hoping they will help us with our more serious symptoms that will outweigh the risk. This infographic from drugdangers.com breaks down the side effects and warnings of the drug Xarelto.
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Bathing Mobility Hotspots

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As technology constantly improves then bathrooms must too! Bathrooms have come a long way in the past century. However, they are still evolving and the future looks bright.

Nowadays, people living with mobility issues may struggle to bathe themselves and with
11 million people currently living in this country with a limiting illness or issue affecting their mobility,
it’s an issue we strive to ensure no one gets overlooked.

If Premier Care in Bathing can help just one of the eleven million people suffering from a debilitating
disease or disability, then we have succeeded.

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