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eCaring & Verizon – Celebrating a Great New Health Care Blend

By: eCaringCategory :Blog    July 28, 2015
eCaring and Verizon Wireless Bottles

We were pleased to host a joint event with our partners at Verizon Wireless’ Healthcare and Higher Education team, to celebrate our partnership. The event was hosted at City Winery with a cozy and fun atmosphere.   Presenters included, eCaring CEO, Robert Herzog, who shared the successes eCaring has had to date and the significant […]

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How Mobile Technology and Gaming Advance Healthcare Industry

By: eCaringCategory :Blog    March 23, 2015
Mobile Technology and Gaming Advance Healthcare Industry

In this rapidly progressive millennium, mobile technology and gaming is experiencing a major boom that’s affecting all facets of life. The healthcare industry in particular is advancing greatly because of it. From streamlined operations and medical training to patient rehabilitation and improvement, mobile games and digital applications are helping those that need care the most. […]

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Seniors Stay Healthy through Superfoods

By: eCaringCategory :Blog    March 19, 2015

Senior care is always a delicate matter. As the muscles and bones grow weaker with age, it gets difficult to maintain functional levels of agility. Both physical as well as mental health needs to be taken care of in such a stage. However, it is not as gloomy as some people might think. Actually with […]

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Guide to Geriatric Syndromes

By: eCaringCategory :Blog    February 2, 2015

Intro to Geriatric Syndromes Each stage of life brings with it special challenges and considerations, and older adults know that the “Golden Years” are no exception. Education and proper preparation can lessen the impact that geriatric syndromes have on daily life; this means watching out for warning signs of early onset symptoms as well as […]

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The Cost of Aging in America

By: eCaringCategory :Blog    January 21, 2015
Cost of Aging The Cost of Aging in America

The number of people aged 65 and older has increased dramatically in the last century. By 2050, in fact, this group is expected to make up more than 20 percent of the total U.S. population, up from just 4 percent in 1900. What’s more, the total number of people aged 85 and older — those […]

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