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Breast Cancer Battle Requires More Than Awareness

By Karen Herold, LATimes.com October marks Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but what we need more than passive awareness is proactive prevention. By virtue of their sex, all women are at […]

Four Tips For Healthy Aging

By Jeremiah Bailleu, WFAA.com September is Healthy Aging® Month, an annual observance month designed to focus national attention on the positive aspects of growing older. While there is (unfortunately) no […]

The Beginning of Dementia Isn’t the End of Grace

By Matthew Loftus, Christian Today In the era of modern medicine, a great many human afflictions can be treated, if not cured outright. Medicines easily defeat diseases that once would have […]

July: National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

By Shay Thomas, RollingOut.com Made official by the U.S. House of Representatives in 2008, July is National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month. The National Alliance on Mental Illness named this […]

For Men, Preventative Health Is Often Overlooked

June is Men’s Health Month, a time when health care professionals remind men that regular health check-ups are important By Lauren Glendenning Brought to you by Kaiser Permanente Women are […]

Back To Basics: Understanding The World’s Most Common Cancer

By Ali Venosa, Sun & Skin News We’re in the swing of Skin Cancer Awareness Month, when interest in skin cancer prevention, detection and treatment is high. Hopefully you’ve learned […]

Administrative Professionals Day: 10 Ways To Say Thank You To Your Assistants

By Ishani Roy, IBTimes.com No work life can be imagined without the existence of administrative workers such as secretaries, receptionists and office assistants. They are the lifeline of any organization […]

April Is National Autism Awareness Month

Nearly a quarter century ago, the Autism Society launched a nationwide effort to promote autism awareness, inclusion and self-determination for all, and assure that each person with ASD is provided […]

Brain Injury Association of America Announces Awareness Month, Capitol Day in Washington, D.C.

Every March, the Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) leads the nation in recognizing Brain Injury Awareness Month, a time to acknowledge and support the millions of Americans impacted by […]

Caring For An Alzheimer’s Patient?

By Ana Veciana-Suareza, Miami Herald A harsh reality inspired Marc E. Agronin, a geriatric psychiatrist and expert on dementia, to write his latest book. “It became very clear early on […]

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Nightingale’s Nursing

Nightingale’s Nursing & Attendent Care Services is South Carolina’s leading at home nursing care provider. With locations in Camden, Charleston, Florence and Myrtle Beach, Nightingale’s Nursing has a service area that covers most of South Carolina. Our services include, but are not limited to, skilled nursing, respite care, in-home companionship, meal preparation, light housekeeping, errand service, personal care assistance, 24-hour care assistance, laundry & linen washing, clothing assistance, dressing & grooming guidance, rn evaluations, superior senior care, meal providers, transportation to and from doctor’s appointments, transportation for errands, medication monitoring, ongoing care, 24-hour care, respite care, homemaker care, companion care, Alzheimer’s care and disability care.

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