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We all want to provide the best care possible for our loved ones. Yet, sometimes we need to ask the question: Who is caring for the caregiver? Caregiver burnout is a legitimate concern for any family or person who provides ongoing service to physically or mentally dependent individuals. WebMD lists a few symptoms of Caregiver Burnout: Irritability Loss of interest in usual activities Withdrawal from friends and family Feeling blue, helpless, hopeless Change in sleep patterns Loss of

Every year I give flu vaccines. While working as a hospital Infection Control Nurse I literally gave hundreds of them. Each year I seem to hear the same basic fears expressed by various people in various ways by those who don’t want to be vaccinated. We all have fears and concerns that keep us from doing things that are good for us, like getting a flu shot. But thanks to the

Unfortunately, it’s likely to happen to each of us when we least expect it: we hear the news that a friend or family member has lost a loved one through an unexpected or expected death. We may have an immediate feeling of doubt about how we should respond. What do we say? What do we do? What if we say or do the wrong thing? These are important questions because what