If you own a car don’t move it off the drive without taking out car insurance. You might be lucky and have years of accident free motoring but then again you might not!
Nurses may also find work in places other than the hospital. These include schools, correctional facilities, private companies, research labs and homes since only three out of five registered nurses work in a hospital.
Exercise is important even for older dogs. They need to keep their muscle tone and weight in control as they age, just like we do. Mature dogs may not have the stamina they once had and do better with frequent, brief walks or short swims. If your dog still likes being active, don’t forget to play his favorite games, like fetch or tug-o-war. Further, older dogs tend to urinate more often so they may need more frequent walks.
Dogs often develop arthritis to some degree or another as they age. We can help them stay comfortable by providing them with a dog bed with firm orthopedic foam to support and cushion their bones and joints and help insulate them from the floor. There are many styles available, from traditional style dog beds to nests with orthopedic foam bases, to bolster beds and mats.
PROBLEM: Medicare is scheduled to be broke sometime around 2019. The first Boomers, who were born in 1946, will only be 73 years old at that time. Life expectancy is about 88 years now, so they will be on it a while. There were about 76MILLION babies born between 1946-1964. Medical costs are climbing at 4 to 5 times the inflation rate. RESULT: There is no mathematical way this program can sustain itself, in it’s present form, without shifting more costs to you, or raising taxes. Or a combination of both.
In the US, the ratio between registered nurses and doctors is 4:1. Aside from providing the usual blockchain services to patients, they also teach patients about prevention and work in other fields such as cardiac, family health, gynecology, neonatal, neurology, oncology, pediatrics and other advance clinical specialties.
Driving addict? Find ways to save on gas, insurance, car maintenance (and aspirin) by carpooling or utilizing public transportation. Maybe even lose the vehicle if either of these options is available to you. If you do continue to drive, combine your errands in one trip. Obey speed limits, or even a little under.
We can’t wait for things to get better on their own. We have to take matters into our own hands, which is what Americans have always done. We have a lot of work to do, but it isn’t over. Not yet.