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    Alzheimer’s & Dementia

    When Are We Going Home? – The Ever-Present Alzheimer’s Request

    Have you ever spent an hour with a toddler, a curious 2-year old with about a million questions? Some of the questions are brand new as the child explores the world. Others have no answers but they ignite the...

    Alzheimer’s Whisperer – 5 Keys

    The Alzheimer's Whisperer has the unique ability to communicate with, care for, and comfort a person with Alzheimer's while preserving her own well-being. First there was The Horse Whisperer, then The Dog Whisperer, and The Ghost Whisperer. I wonder...

    Alzheimer’s Disease is Devastating – Debilitating & Deadly

    Alzheimer's disease is a cruel disease that attacks individuals at a time in their lives when life should be "good". Alzheimer's sinister advancement in the human brain reduces a loving, caring grandma or grandpa into a person who does not recognize...

    A Treatment for Alzheimer's in the Pipeline

    Alzheimer's still has no cure; However, with the help of drugs, the symptoms of this disease can be managed. Alzheimer's treatment is a high-risk treatment, but is a high-reward market. Alzheimer's disease (AD)...

    Are Carbs Killing Your Brain?

    It is OK that it may be a bit dramatic, but perhaps not as dramatic as you would think. The latest research seems to confirm among other things, that too much grains can increase your chances of serious cognitive...

    Copper – The Double Edged Sword in Alzheimer’s Disease

    I have already mentioned in an earlier article that heavy metal poisoning can have a serious detrimental affect on both mental and physical health and how more and more research is driving this point home.Following on from my last...

    10 Factors in Dementia

    As an Alzheimer's caregiver, I've always looked for clues in a person's life. Why did Alzheimer's happen to this person? The diagnosis of Alzheimer's is a default diagnosis. So, I'm listing here the...

    25 Holiday Activities for Seniors With Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease

    The holidays can be a very stressful time for the typical family, but for a family caregiver who is managing the care of an aging loved one with dementia or Alzheimer's disease, the stress can be overwhelming. To help...

    Caring For Someone With Alzheimer’s Disease

    In Home CareProviding home care for senior citizens with Alzheimer's disease can be difficult. Symptoms progressively worsen, and predicting how quickly that progression will be or which behavioral changes will occur each day is impossible. Both the person with...

    Is It Right That GPs Should Be Paid for Diagnosing Dementia in Their Patients?

    The Background It was announced yesterday by NHS England, Wednesday 22 October 2014, that GPs will receive a payment of £ 55 for each patient that they diagnose with dementia. To say the least,...

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