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Sit Smart, Age Well: The Senior Seating Revolution

By Susan Taplinger In an era where the global population is aging, the importance of well-designed seating for seniors is more crucial than ever. Whether in residential facilities or long-term-care, the impact of seating on seniors’ health cannot be overstated. Tailoring solutions to individual needs and vulnerabilities involves considering factors such as mobility, existing health […] ... Read More

Dynarex Unveils ‘The Glenshaw Collection’ – A New Era in Residential Patient Furniture

By Susan Taplinger Orangeburg, NY — Dynarex Corporation, a leading durable medical equipment and disposable medical products company, is delighted to introduce The Glenshaw Collection, a breakthrough line of premium patient furniture. This meticulously crafted collection marks a significant leap forward in enhancing the living experience for individuals in long term care and residential facilities. […] ... Read More

Empowering Hearts: Becoming CPR Champions  

By Erin Hagan Did you know that every year in the U.S., about 350,000 cases of cardiac arrest happen, and around 10,000 of those occur in workplaces? The CDC recommends getting familiar with recognizing heart attack signs, practicing CPR, and understanding how to use automated external defibrillators (AEDs) to contribute to the safety of others. […] ... Read More

The Respiratory Revolution Starts at Home

By Susan Taplinger Managing respiratory conditions at home has gotten a whole lot easier with the advent of portable devices designed to revolutionize patients’ daily respiratory care. Among these game-changers are home suction units and portable air compressors, each with unique benefits that foster independence and empower individuals toward better health. Dynarex Resp-O2™—our innovative respiratory […] ... Read More

Unlocking the Future of Blood Donation

> By Erin Hagan Every two seconds, a patient in the United States requires blood or platelets for a critical procedure such as a lifesaving surgery, cancer treatment, or the management of a debilitating chronic illness. In fact, blood transfusion is one of the most common hospital procedures. Yet, even with this crucial need, only about 3% of […] ... Read More

Counting Down to Better Health

By Susan Taplinger In the realm of health and wellness, knowledge is power. Our blog’s year-long journey through various health topics has revealed insights that encourage individuals to make informed choices. As we countdown to the new year, let’s explore 10 takeaways that offer ideas for well-being and proactive living. 10. Inclusivity in Healthcare 9. Prioritizing Men’s […] ... Read More

Promoting Healthcare Hygiene for the Holidays

By Erin Hagan As the holiday season approaches, proper hygiene becomes crucial to help healthcare workers and patients stay safe in medical environments. During the winter months, infection rates tend to rise due to colder temperatures, dry air, and increased indoor activities.  National Handwashing Awareness Week aims to educate individuals on the correct handwashing techniques and […] ... Read More

Breathing Easier: Taking Charge of COPD

 By Susan Taplinger Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is a global health challenge impacting millions of lives. Nearly 16 million people in the U.S. are living with this progressive lung condition, which makes it difficult to breathe and engage in everyday activities. COPD Awareness Month is an opportunity to explore the impact COPD has on patients’ lives, and […] ... Read More

Diabetes Management on the Move

By Erin Hagan As the holiday season approaches, many people are prioritizing travel plans to visit family and friends. However, individuals with diabetes may find that preparing for these trips requires substantial effort. With diabetes affecting roughly 1 in 10 Americans, addressing the distinct travel needs associated with this condition becomes all the more crucial.  American […] ... Read More

Embracing an Inclusive Halloween: Tips for an Accessible Celebration

> By Susan Taplinger Halloween is a time when people of all ages come together to celebrate the spooky, the fun, and the imaginative. But it’s essential that Halloween be enjoyable for everyone, regardless of physical and emotional conditions, allergies, or mobility issues. Let’s explore some tips and insights to encourage an inclusive Halloween for […] ... Read More

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