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Pathways Staff

Sleep Quality And Hospice Care

With Sleep Awareness Week coming up March 14th through the 20th, it’s a good opportunity to discuss the importance of high-quality sleep for people in hospice in San Francisco and elsewhere. Because so many people in hospice are elderly patients suffering from dementia, quality…

Pros and Cons of Feeding Tubes

With the approach of end-of-life in Santa Clara and elsewhere, it’s not uncommon for a hospice patient to lose his or her appetite due to the rapid shut down of organs and systems. Once the body starts to shut down,…

Navigating Care For Cancer Patients

Friday, February 4 was World Cancer Day, an international day designed to raise awareness of cancer and promote its prevention, detection, and treatment. Many of our hospice patients in Alameda County and elsewhere are suffering from terminal cancer. Comfort and…

Eye Care For the End of Life Patient

Many patients in end-of-life care in Santa Clara and elsewhere suffer from eye conditions and diseases. With National Glaucoma Awareness Month upon us, we thought it would be fitting to talk about glaucoma and other conditions such as cataracts that…
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