CareGiver

Care Giver
Veterans' Caregiving Often Falls to Spouse
Veterans' Caregiving Often Falls to Spouse 96% of Veterans’ Caregivers Are Women, and the Burden Can Be Heavy, Study Finds WebMD Health News By Bill Hendrick Reviewed by Laura J....
Stressful Choices for Surrogate Treatment Decision Makers
Stressful Choices for Surrogate Treatment Decision Makers Study Shows Long-Term Emotional Impact for People Who Make Treatment Decisions for Ill Loved Ones WebMD Health News By Kathleen Doheny Reviewed by...
Stress of Caregiving Linked to Stroke Risk
Stress of Caregiving Linked to Stroke Risk Study Shows Husbands Caring for Ailing Wives Are at Highest Risk WebMD Health News By Denise Mann Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD More...
Caregivers' Hearts May Need Help
Caregivers' Hearts May Need Help People Caring for Heart Patients May Also Need to Tend to Their Own Hearts WebMD Health News By Miranda Hitti Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD...
Report Calls for Improvement in Home Health Care
Report Calls for Improvement in Home Health Care National Research Council Wants Better Training for Home Caregivers WebMD Health News By Kathleen Doheny Reviewed by Laura J. Martin, MD More...
Alzheimer's Caregivers May Be at Risk for Dementia
Alzheimer's Caregivers May Be at Risk for Dementia Stress and Shared Lifestyle May Raise Risk of Mental Decline for Spouses Who Are Also Caregivers WebMD Health News By Brenda Goodman,...
Veterans' Caregiving Often Falls to Spouse
Veterans' Caregiving Often Falls to Spouse 96% of Veterans’ Caregivers Are Women, and the Burden Can Be Heavy, Study Finds WebMD Health News By Bill Hendrick Reviewed by Laura J....
Report Calls for Improvement in Home Health Care
Improvements are needed to be sure that health care at home is safe and effective, according to a new report from the National Research Council.
Alzheimer's Caregivers May Be at Risk for Dementia
Husbands and wives who care for a spouse with Alzheimer’s disease or another kind of dementia may face an increased risk of mental decline themselves, a new research review shows.
Stressful Choices for Surrogate Treatment Decision Makers
Family members and others who act as surrogates, making treatment decisions for incapacitated loved ones, are sometimes affected adversely for months or years, according to a new review of published studies.
Veterans' Caregiving Often Falls to Spouse
More than 40% of veterans with a service-related injury or illness who need caregivers are between the ages of 18 and 54, a new report finds.
Coping with a Life-Threatening Illness
Palliative care improves life by helping patients and caregivers cope with life-threatening illness.
Coping with a Life-Threatening Illness
Palliative care improves life by helping patients and caregivers cope with life-threatening illness.
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