NEWS & STORIES
NEWS & STORIES
Sharing our health care expertise
Health-related stories and resources for seniors in Eastern North Dakota.
The stories and articles shared here are to provide you with valuable information related to your health and wellness journey. You will also find news related to Ethos Home Health Care and Hospice and resources to educate you on the benefits of in-home services.
Additional resources are available across the Ethos website, including our step-by-step process on getting started with home health care and answers to our most frequently asked questions about home health care and hospice services.
This page is updated frequently with relevant topics. Come back and visit us again soon!
The effects of heart failure can typically be managed. Many people continue to live full and enjoyable lives. However, it is important to be aware of the signs of worsening heart failure and know when to contact your doctor.
Some people can manage diabetes with lifestyle changes alone. This might include eating healthy, maintaining a healthy weight, and being more physically active. Here are some tips to help manage diabetes.
Research indicates that people who change their diets after having a heart attack are less likely to die of heart disease or suffer another cardiac event. Read about these heart healthy diet tips.
To help you navigate through the season, we compiled a helpful list of 5 tips to avoid holiday stress. By incorporating these tools into your routine, you can foster a sense of peace and joy.
For those who are coping with grief during the holidays, these cherished months can shift from a time of celebration and togetherness to an unbearable experience.
Pneumonia is a respiratory illness, or lung infection, caused by a virus, bacteria or fungus. This blog will walk through everything you need to know about pneumonia.
Physical therapy is a proven treatment method that helps people heal from injuries, disabilities, and health conditions. Read about some of the most common reasons for physical therapy.
As you get older, it is important to be physically active. Regular exercise can help you stay healthier as you age. There are several ways to stay physically active, but what are the best exercises for older adults?
Although you may not always be able to predict that someone is about to have a stroke, sometimes there are warning signs that may occur before a stroke happens. Read more about the warning signs.
This article lays out what an advance care directive means, what it might include, and how hospice care can provide peace and comfort to individuals and their families at the end of life.
As individuals age, it is natural to notice changes that come with growing older. For some, health risks might be more apparent, and others might notice a gradual decline in health. Luckily, there are steps older adults can take to move toward healthy aging and live a high quality of life even as changes start to occur.
Arthritis is a chronic condition characterized by joint pain and inflammation. It can make it difficult to engage in some activities and may reduce your quality of life. Here are 5 ways to reduce your risk of developing osteoarthritis.