THE ADVANCED CENTER FOR NURSING AND REHABILITATION IS COMMITTED TO UPHOLDING A HIGHER STANDARD IN CARE.

THE ADVANCED CENTER FOR NURSING AND REHABILITATION IS COMMITTED TO UPHOLDING A HIGHER STANDARD IN CARE. We are proud to provide warm, compassionate short-term rehabilitation and nursing care to members of the New Haven community and surrounding areas. Under new ownership, we have created a rehabilitation environment designed to enable patients to enjoy a comfortable…

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New Drug Could Save You From Severe Hearing Loss

A new drug that that inhibits an enzyme known as cyclin-dependent kinase 2 could potentially save the hearing of millions of people. In the study, inhibiting cyclin-dependent kinase 2 (CDK2) was found to protect rodents from noise and drug related hearing loss by preventing the death of inner ear cells.       If CDK2 inhibitors are proven…

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Anaphylactic Shock: Symptoms, Causes, And Treatments

Anaphylactic shock is a rare but severe allergic reaction that can be deadly if you don’t treat it right away. It’s most often caused by an allergy to food, insect bites, or certain medications. A shot of a drug called epinephrine is needed immediately, and you should call 911 for emergency medical help. Anaphylaxis shock is a dangerous and potentially life-threatening condition caused…

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Anxiety: Calming Your Anxious Moments The Natural Way

Anxiety is part of life, we all feel it from time to time. When you do, there are a few natural things you can try to help calm your emotions. And, with no need to get prescription drugs.     Anxiety: Exercise A 10-minute walk can do the trick just as well as a 45-minute…

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Cucumbers: Seven Health Benefits Your Body Will Absolutely Love

Cucumbers though commonly thought to be a vegetable, is actually a fruit. It’s high in beneficial nutrients, as well as certain plant compounds and antioxidants that may help treat and even prevent some conditions. Also, cucumbers are low in calories and contain a good amount of water and soluble fiber, making them ideal for promoting…

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Adiponectin: What Is It? Why Is It Important to You Health?

Adiponectin is a protein that effects insulin levels and inflammation and thereby influences conditions such as obesity, diabetes,and heart disease. It is produced by fat cells, also referred to as adipose tissue, but it also can be produced by bone, liver, muscle, and vessel cells. It also influences insulin sensitivity and inflammation levels and thus…

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Cardiac Device Coverage Updated by Center For Medicare Services

Cardiac device (ICD) coverage was updated last week by The Center For Medicare Services (CMS) for the first time since 2005. This update expedites patient access and cuts regulations for providers using the products. The CMS is eliminating waiting periods for device implantation. It also dropped a policy that requires tracking and registering patients.    …

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Pancreatic Cancer: Five Warning Signs You Need To Know

Pancreatic cancer can be treated if caught early, but the signs are often subtle. Therefore, the disease is usually missed until it is in later, more serious stages. We list several warning signs that can help you.       Pancreatic Cancer: What Does The Pancreas Do? The pancreas has two main jobs in the body:…

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Migraines and Higher Heart Trouble Risk: Is There A Link?

Migraine sufferers might have to worry about more than just dealing with debilitating headaches. Migraine patients could also face an increased risk of heart attacks, strokes, and blood clots.       The risk to heart health appears to be strongest in the first year after diagnosis of migraine, but persists for as long as two decades, said lead…

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U.S. Senators Request Administration Increase Funding For Alzheimer’s

U.S. Senators urged President Trump to demonstrate his support by bolstering the funding request for Alzheimer’s in his fiscal 2019 budget request.  The Senate plans to vote on the budget next month according to the Washington Examiner. Funding would be distributed to the National Institutes of Health, which awards grants for medical research. NIH spends about…

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