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Lyme Lyfe as a College Student

College is supposed to be this period of transition from school to the working life - a step closer to self-reliance. There are so many expectations, hopes, and fears attached to this experience. However, when Lyme comes barging into your life at this particular point, it is very easy for all of these hopes and expectations to change dramatically. I've met a lot of college students that are ...
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Most Common Questions When Showering With a PICC

When you have a PICC line, life is already hard. You have to remember to organize and prep your medication, set up your nursing visits, and to take the time to do your infusions. As this wasn’t enough, one of the biggest challenges becomes showering. Here are our 4 most commonly asked questions for showering with a PICC line answered by our very own professional patient....
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Common Truths Those Who Have A Feeding Tube Wish Others Would Understand

A feeding tube isn’t a tool of convenience nor is it a sure sign that someone is terminally ill. A child doesn’t get a feeding tube because he or she is a picky eater, either, there are many underling factors. These are just a few common misconceptions people have when they see someone with a feeding tube. A feeding tube is a life-saving medical device that tends to make others uneasy. It’s OK to ...
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5 Insider Tips for PICC Patients from PICC Nurses

PICC nurses have a ton of valuable information for their patients. After speaking with dozens of Vascular Access nurses in the National AVA Conference (September 2016 - Disney, Florida), we summarized the top 5 insider tips for patients doing intravenous treatments!  “AVA is the Association for Vascular Access, founded to support and promote the specialty of vascular access”. ...
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