Solves Strips®, in support of the courageous healthcare workers and their commitment to keep us safe during the challenging COVID-19 pandemic, have launched a product donation campaign to provide our Healthcare Heros with the supplements they need while working under these difficult conditions.
As we continue to monitor the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19), we want to assure you that the safety and well-being of our customers, our employees and their families, partners and communities is our top priority at Solves Strips. We are closely monitoring developments with respect to COVID-19, including information and guidance published by healthcare authorities around the globe. We have implemented preventative measures and have taken additional steps to safeguard anyone who we work with or who uses our products.
The HealthCare Service Excellence Conference brings world-class experts in patient experience, staff empowerment/retention and physician engagement together, to share leading edge, proven skills and best practices to healthcare professionals, to consistently deliver an empathetic, kind and compassionate experience.
Vitamin D is also classified as an essential nutrient because although a small amount of it can be made in the body with the help of the sun, we don’t make enough to satisfy our needs. And let’s face it, although I love the sun, I’m wearing sunscreen (which you should be too!) when I’m out and about. By blocking harmful UVA and UVB rays I’m also blocking an important step in the conversion of 7-dehydrocholesterol (a cholesterol precursor) in the skin into vitamin D. Without the help of UVB to make the conversion, I’m missing some of my vitamin D-3. But heck – it’s a trade-off. I can still get enough vitamin D from food and my supplement, while...
We all want the best for our elderly loved ones. Whether they are living with family, with assisted care, or independently, we also want to make sure that they are making healthy choices.
As we age, our bodies’ needs begin to change, so we need to adjust accordingly. Staying healthy as we get older may mean that what used to work for us will no longer work, or may not be enough anymore. There are two main areas that seniors need to address in order to stay healthy: physical activity and nutrition.