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National Women’s History Month

March is National Women’s History Month. The month is focused on honoring women who have made a difference and those who have made a mark in their chosen fields. There are many such women at Delaware Hospice. Those who every day work tirelessly to improve the lives of...

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Congestive Heart Failure

As you probably are aware, the heart is basically a big blood and oxygen pump. Blood flows from the right side to the lungs to pick up oxygen and then races off to the left side where it is distributed throughout the circulatory system. The circulatory system of the...

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The Lives We’ve Touched

As we enter our 35th year, we reflect on the year that just passed remembering those whose lives we touched, the ways we made a difference, and recall how we spent our time. We often ask ourselves can we do even more as the New Year dawns upon us. We want to thank...

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16 Tips for Coping with Grief through the Holidays

Posted on: 12-19-2012 Updated 12/2/16 Dr. Judy Pierson, Clinical Psychologist and Bereavement Consultant for Delaware Hospice, acknowledges that holidays can be quite challenging for family members who are trying to cope with a loss. She offers 16 tips to help cope...

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Celebrating National Hospice and Palliative Care Month

Every November, we celebrate National Hospice and Palliative Care Month. During the month, Delaware Hospice strives to raise awareness on how profoundly hospice and palliative care improves the quality of life for those facing a serious illness. Know Your Options! Is...

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