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Healthy Hearts Can Protect You Against Alzheimer’s Disease

In The Archives of Neurology, it’s noted that those with higher HDL (good) cholesterol may be at a reduced risk […]
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Dementia Communication Struggles: Tips & Ideas for Caregivers

The progression of dementia varies with each person. Often, communication becomes difficult, and caregivers feel helpless and frustrated. These simple […]
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Making the Home Safer for Seniors

Many seniors want to live at home, remaining independent as long as possible. There are simple modifications that can be […]
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You are Not Alone: Grieving a Loved One’s Alzheimer’s Diagnosis

Sadness, anger, grief, guilt, feelings of loss and abandonment. These are all normal feelings when a loved one’s Alzheimer’s is […]
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What You Do When Early Stage Alzheimers Starts To Set In?

A diagnosis of early stage Alzheimer’s disease may cause concerns and questions for both you and your loved one who […]
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Study Links Physical Exercise to Memory

According to a study published in the Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, older adults who get some form of […]
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Three Ways Seniors Can Keep Their Minds Sharper

Good cognitive health is as important as physical health to keep seniors active, independent and happy. As we get older, […]
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Thanksgiving Survival Tips for Alzheimer’s Caregivers

Surviving Thanksgiving as an Alzheimer’s Caregiver Accepting the “new normal” associated with an Alzheimer’s diagnosis can be especially difficult during […]
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