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Buy Modafinil Online 100 mg – The Brains Best Friend

February 9, 2024 6:07 pm

Before reading the article, it is important to emphasize that “Mohamed Teleb” Medical Director Stroke & Neurosciences at Banner Health was invited to write this article. Medication: Modafinil Dosage: 200 mg, 100 mg Packages: 30-360 pills Payments: Credit cards, PayPal Price: from $0.82 per pill What Makes Modafinil the Brain’s Best Friend Modafinil stands out in the world of cognitive enhancers due to its unique ability to improve wakefulness, focus, and cognitive function without the severe side effects commonly associated with stimulants. Its precise mechanism of action involves selectively inhibiting the reuptake of dopamine in the brain, thereby increasing dopamine levels in areas critical for alertness and cognitive function. This not only aids individuals suffering from sleep disorders like narcolepsy but...

Your HealthInvestor Awards 2023 entry

February 27, 2023 11:11 am

Home Care Preferred are delighted to be finalists in Domiciliary Care Provider of the Year category at this year’s HealthInvestor Awards.

Home Care Preferred are finalists in their first award entry for 2023 – and it is only January!

February 9, 2023 3:23 pm

The company were delighted to learn in early January 2023 that they are finalists in the prestigious Home Care Awards. Founder Ken Waterhouse commented “This is a great boost for all the team in all three branches. My colleagues deserve all the recognition possible for the work they do to make sure our clients receive the best support possible. Our thanks to the Home Care Awards body for this accolade.”

Home Care Preferred – finalists for five awards in the Great British Care Awards

September 28, 2022 10:15 am

Home Care Preferred are delighted to be finalists for five awards in the Great British Care Awards. Judging days are in October and the winners will be announced at Gala Dinner events on 18th & 19th November 2022. The finalists would like to thank the award body and the entire Home Care Preferred team for their dedication and hard work. Finalists and categories are: Shir-li Lim (Care Manager at Home Care Preferred, Barnet) – The Home Care Registered Manager Award, London Region Nikki Barnes (Care Manager at Home Care Preferred) – The Social Care Covid Hero Award, South-West Region Andrina Andriukaityte (Support Assistant at Home Care Preferred) – The Social Care Covid Hero Award, South-West Region Ken Waterhouse (MD and...

Home Care Preferred wins a second award in July – Best UK Care Agency 2021

July 16, 2021 6:18 am

Home Care Preferred has won a second award in the space of one month. Global Health & Pharma announced on 15th July 2021 that Home Care Preferred was awarded Best UK Care Agency 2021. As in previous years Global Health & Pharma has endeavoured to ensure that only the most deserving are recognised. All nominees were judged on their merits with assessment centred around an extensive evaluation of skills and services on offer. Global Health & Pharma’s merit driven approach has brought much commendation throughout its use and allows their team to identify those most dedicated to demonstrating expertise and an unwavering commitment to excellence within their field. Home Care Preferred would like to thank GHP for the award and...

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Could A Keto Diet Reduce Dementia?

October 3, 2020 8:00 am

A Keto diet, also known as a ketogenic diet is one that is high in fats and low in carbohydrates. Whilst research has shown that this type of diet is great at keeping you mentally sharp in old age, could it also be the answer to reducing the risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease? Researchers from the Mayo Clinic published research which indicated that people whose diet is high in carbohydrates such as pasta, bread, potatoes, and rice have an 89% increased risk for dementia. However, those who consumed high levels of fat had only a 44% reduced risk. Ketones are compounds the body uses to produce energy, but the latest research has shown that they are neuroprotective – meaning...

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Walk Your Way To Better Health

September 28, 2020 8:00 am

Exercising regularly can help with getting fit, maintaining overall health and staying active. Walking, in particular, can be a great way to incorporate activity into your daily routine. According to the British Heart Foundation, walking can help to give your heart the workout it needs to stay in good condition. It reduces the risk of developing a heart condition as well as type 2 diabetes, obesity and osteoporosis. Here are our favourite reasons to go for a walk: Helps you to feel more energetic Activity or even a brisk walk to the shops can help you to feel more energetic and have a productive day. Helps to control your weight Whether you want to burn some calories or just maintain...