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Prostate Cancer – Even More Prevalent Than Breast Cancer

Prostate Cancer – Even More Prevalent than Breast Cancer

Prostate cancer is the number one form of cancer among men in the U.S., with 240,000 new cases diagnosed every year (according to the American Cancer Society). An estimated 11 percent of all men who have the disease will die from it, and it will affect one in six men (compared to one in eight women diagnosed with breast cancer) at some time in their life.

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NJ Home Health Care Agency Earns “Best of Home Care 2013” Distinction

March 25, 2013 (PRBuzz.com) New Brunswick, NJ – Expert Home Care Inc., a NJ home health care agency has been awarded “Best of Home Care 2013”. The quality designation is presented each year to top performing agencies by Home Care Pulse, a review organization dedicated to bringing credentialed, professional home health and home care agencies to the attention of local consumers.

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New Jersey Home Care Agency Celebrates Canine Staffer’s 8th Birthday, Dedicated Service to Elderly

February 14, 2013 (PRBuzz.com) New Brunswick, NJ – The staff at Expert Home Care, a New Jersey home care agency that provides caregivers to aging seniors, is celebrating the 8th birthday and dedicated service of one of it’s most treasured members: Lola the therapy dog.

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New Jersey Home Care Provider Logs 61 Million+ Hours of Service To Elderly As It Enters 28th Year

New Brunswick, NJ  January 28, 2013 – New Jersey home care provider Expert Home Care hit two landmark milestones this month: they crossed the 61 million service hours threshold as they entered their 28th year in business serving local seniors. The team at Expert Home Care extends their appreciation and thanks to all clients and their families.

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Seniors and Pet Adoption: Good Idea or Bad?

New Jersey Senior Care News

Should a senior consider adopting a pet? And if so, what kind of pet? Studies have shown that pet owners live longer. As loneliness is a major challenge for older people, adopting a pet makes good sense. Not only will a pet be a loving companion, but it will also help with exercise and boredom. You just have to be careful to adopt the right pet, as some pets are better for older people than others. Here are some thinks to consider:

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