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10 Facts Not Everyone Knows About Food

Eating the right foods is key to protecting your health. But what’s right for one person might not be right for you. Here are 10 facts that might surprise you.
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Managing Ileal Conduit

Managing Ileal Conduit

VNSNY’s Self-Care Guide for the Management of Ileal Conduit explains what to expect as you adjust and learn to care for yourself after your operation, so that you can feel comfortable and confident and have as full and active a life as possible. Read More
Teens with Diabetes

Teens with Diabetes

VNSNY’s Self-Care Guide for Teens with Diabetes addresses the unique concerns that teens and adolescents face to help them manage the physical and emotional aspects of their illness while participating at school, with sports, and socially. Read More
11 Safety Tips for Taking Good Care of Your Family

11 Safety Tips for Taking Good Care of Your Family

11 child safety tips you can take today to keep your family safe from harm. Read More
Facts About Diabetes

Facts About Diabetes

Type 2 diabetes often has no symptoms (millions of people don’t know they have the disease!). Find out if you’re at risk—and learn 7 steps to take to reduce your risk and prevent or delay developing it Read More
Does someone you care for seem sad all the time?

Does someone you care for seem sad all the time?

Feeling sad or blue from time to time is normal, but if it lasts for more than a few days it may be a medical condition that can be treated. Read More
Top 10 Tips for Hiring a Home Health Aide

Top 10 Tips for Hiring a Home Health Aide

Hiring a home health aide is an important decision. Read More
8 Tips for Managing Congestive Heart Failure

8 Tips for Managing Congestive Heart Failure

If you have congestive heart failure, your heart still works—but it doesn’t work properly. Read More
Understanding Pressure Ulcers (Bedsores)

Understanding Pressure Ulcers (Bedsores)

Pressure ulcers can develop when a person isn’t able to shift position easily. It’s important for caregivers to know the risk factors and how to prevent bedsores from developing. Read More
Facts About High Blood Pressure

Facts About High Blood Pressure

Is your blood pressure normal or high? How do you find out? Can you do anything to prevent developing high blood pressure—or cure it? Read More
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