Your Elderly Loved One And The Risk Of Dehydration

Posted on: 12 October 2015
Water is incredibly important for all of us, but it's especially important for your elderly loved ones. Often older loved ones aren't as likely to get as much water as they should, and it can cause them to become dehydrated easily. Medications and other health conditions can also contribute, so it's important to help your loved one to get as much water as possible during the day.   Symptoms of Dehydration
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Frosty Adult Treats To Beat The Heat This Summer

Posted on: 30 June 2015
During the hottest months of the year, frozen drinks and slushies will cool anyone down. However, making these popular treats with an adult-spin could be the perfect refreshment for your next party, social event, or gathering. Try renting a snow-maker or shaved ice dispenser from party rental companies, or invest in one to keep on your counter all season, and to have an unlimited supply of frosty, slushy drinks. Some adults-only frozen treat ideas include:
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How To Choose The Right Water Filtration And Softener System To Rent

Posted on: 27 February 2015
Water filtration and softener systems can cost thousands of dollars to purchase and install in your home. This can make a water filtration difficult to obtain if you are on a limited budget, but it doesn't mean you can't get one to use in your residence. Renting is a way to get a high-quality water filtration system that won't break your budget. The key decision is making sure you obtain a system that meets your needs.
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Beef Bacon And Corned Beef: Two Delicious Alternatives For Breakfast

Posted on: 23 February 2015
There are many different alternatives to pork products for breakfast, whether you are trying to keep kosher or if you are just interested in trying an alternative to bacon and pork sausage. Corned beef and beef bacon are two delicious breakfast options with interesting histories and origins. Beef Bacon Beef bacon used to be found primarily at Jewish and Muslim butchers. Neither Jews or Muslims consume pork products. In the Middle East, both cuts from lamb and beef are considered bacon.
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