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Health Briefs TV Show Segment Focuses on Care Giver Well-Being
Care givers tend to forgo their own health and wellness when taking care of someone else's. The Health Briefs TV show's segment will cover well-being for care givers.
According to a recent report by the Alzheimer's Association, care givers will go without food or personal medical care, use their own money, and even quit a job to take care of a loved one who is ill and needs care. As the American population lives longer while aging, more middle-aged adults are finding themselves in permanent positions of caring for parents. The family members helping spouses, siblings or children who are disabled or ill are also forgoing their own personal needs in order to provide for those who require regular assistance. Health Briefs TV will soon focus on care giver well-being in segments to air regionally and nationally on cable television networks.
The Health Briefs TV show explores the emerging technologies, progressive treatments, revolutionary people, and innovative healthcare options that are all part of the global health industry. It explores topics relating to the health and medical fields and offers valuable information about the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of many common ailments. The show's producers take pride in sharing up-to-date, valuable information about new procedures, prevention tips and outstanding businesses. It also features interviews with innovative health and medical professionals in the industry.
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