Do Professional & Personal Caregivers Know about This Resource for FDA Recalls?

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mario-trucilloFrom: Mario Trucillo, PhD
Medical Editor, American Recall Center www.recallcenter.com

The amount of responsibility in a caregiver’s role can be overwhelming. Among planning daily activities, administering care, and providing a positive environment for those being cared for, there just aren’t enough hours in the day. Every caregiver knows that to provide the best care possible means staying up-to-date with all the current medical information that could be affecting those in their care.

At the American Recall Center, we understand that caregivers already have a full plate, and keeping up with the latest FDA warning and recalls, while extremely important, can be difficult to do. That’s why we’ve set out to build a comprehensive resource on the Internet for consumer-related healthcare topics, broken down in straightforward terms, so the information you need is easily accessible.

By becoming a timely and reliable resource, we hope to alleviate some of the pressure of being a caregiver and help bring you the updates you need quickly.

The entire ARC team is dedicated to curating and publishing objective and accurate health information that is guided by our values in responsible journalism. Any concerns or questions should be directed to:  general@recallcenter.com or by phone anytime at (855) 853-4807.

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