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Few days ago, a newspaper report appeared that a man strangles his two children and hangs himself after wife dies. It was believed that the man, R. Pubalan was a 52 years old liquid trader. His wife, P. Jeya suffered kidney failure and had been on dialysis for the past 4 years. After finding out his [...]

In this article, I would share some symptoms of my mom who I am currently taking care of as well as some encouraging resources that I have come across. My mom has started displaying Alzheimer like symptoms since the last few years. Notable symptoms are: few years ago, a taxi driver had to call me [...]

I resigned from my full time job to take care of my mother who was diagnosed with acute hepatitis B in May 2017. It was not a hasty decision but one that I have given a lot of thought. As my HR manager told me during my exit interview, he knew I had exhausted all [...]

Prior to my mom's fall, she had already shown mobility issues- she was very unsteady when she walked. She could not walk without the aid of a walking stick. There are some items that I had bought and changes that I have implemented. Prevention is always better than cure because a fall could cause a [...]

Here I want to share with you some signs which may show the Hepatitis B is moving from chronic to acute based on my mom's symptoms. This is from my experience with my mom. My mom has been having chronic hepatitis B for at least a few years. Precisely for how many years I do [...]

The role of the caretaker is never easy in taking care of a loved one. For 2 years, my uncle lovingly took care of my auntie, who was reduced to a vegetative state as the result of stroke. He would visit her everyday to lovingly speak to her and take care of her- for 2 [...]

Just today, while having my exercise at the park, I saw a man lovingly held his mom as they scrolled slowly at the park. I was not sure of the lady's condition- it could be that she was either recovering from stroke, or she was undergoing cancer treatment therapy because the way she had walked was [...]