For Seniors or Elderly
Hospitals break up pills for patients and put them in applesauce. Patients always taste the pills. But the Pill Grinder just might work. A powder can be absorbed much better by a hot cocoa, a side of mashed potatoes, ice cream... Oh, I could name more treats, but it would just make both of us really hungry.
There are so many new gadgets out this year that Dads and Grandpas would love. They cover the gamut from low tech to high tech, while all being user-intuitive. (Personally, I know many dads and grandpas who don't want a new hobby for Father's Day!) Father's Day is coming soon, and these gadget gifts will be just in time to use this summer!
... A headache means she has brain cancer and a cut on her finger means she's a hemophiliac. No, not a hemophiliac; a hypochondriac. What's the perfect gift?
Babes, whether you never leave home without your brute (attack man or attack dog), or you don't have a brute, you should always be able to protect yourself. Even martial artists often carry small weapons with them to make their moves even more effective. Today, there are a number of cool, concealable, and even disguised lightweight weapons that won't take you long to learn to master. And once you do master them, you will feel more confident out and about without your brute!
No babe worth her buns is going to wear a regular old industrial or surgical face mask to avoid getting the flu. While those may perform better than the fashion flu masks, they really mark you as an old fuddy duddy. Here are some really cool flu masks for fancy and funky occasions, and we even found some that are FDA approved!
Two separate studies released today suggest that hospitals may not be the place to be if you are sick, especially if you are seriously ill and/or elderly. And it's not just the the racket hospital staff makes trying to raise the roosters, or the insertion of a new IV catheter in your wrist....
Arthritis, or any hand pain, can be very limiting. The muscles and joints in the hand and wrist are very small and precision-oriented, and pain can impair performance on things we do every day, like closing a jewelry catch or fastening buttons on your shirt. Assistive gadgets have less of a stigma than they used to, and they're actually getting cooler as more people are using them... because they're just smarter. Here are 10 new really cool and "handy" gadgets that just make routine movements less taxing on our hands. They even make great gifts!