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Learn what you can expect after you’ve finished cancer treatment.
Learn about alcohol withdrawal syndrome and what you can do to help manage it.
Learn about the benefits and risks of artificial hydration and nutrition for your loved one.
Learn how to work with your doctor to create a plan to treat asthma attacks at home.
Learn what an autopsy is and how one is performed.
Learn how to ask for and accept help from your friends and family members during cancer treatment.
Information for caregivers about preparing for a loved one’s end-of-life issues, such as palliative and hospice care; financial and legal…
Learn the definitions of various terms you will hear during your cancer experience.
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Choosing Wisely is a campaign supported by the American Academy of Family Physicians and other medical societies to encourage conversations…
Information on why you should start a health journal and what kind of information to include.
Information and tips for the deaf or hard-of-hearing about how to communicate well with your doctor.
Learn about the connection between diabetes and heart disease.
Information about finding and having an interpreter present at doctor's visits.
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Learn how the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, signed into law by President Barack Obama in 2010, affects you…
Tips on how to decipher what your insurance policy covers, and what it doesn't.
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Learn what you need to know and understand about health insurance managed care plans.
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