Dec 2016

REACH II Study Evaluates Interventions to Support Alzheimer’s Caregivers-Part II

The REACH II study looked at 642 participants including over 200 of each of the following ethnicities: Hispanic, Caucasian, and African-American caregivers. The caregivers within each ethnic group were…

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REACH II Study Evaluates Interventions to Support Alzheimer’s Caregivers-Part I

A recent publication released by The National Institute on Aging (NIA) and the National Institute for Nursing Research, reports the results of a new clinical trial to evaluate interventions aimed at supporting…

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Solving the Cholesterol Puzzle-Part II

Medication for High Cholesterol According to a recent Harvard Health online publication, the standards have recently changed when it comes to just what number on a lab report indicates a cholesterol problem…

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Solving the Cholesterol Puzzle-Part I

Everyone knows that high cholesterol is not a good thing, but what about the good type of cholesterol? What is good cholesterol and how, exactly do healthcare profesisonals determine the difference on…

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Halloween Tips for Caregivers

Although Halloween is known for being a fun holiday for kids and adults alike, it can be a stressful time for those with Alzheimer’s disease (AD), particularly for individuals in the later stages of Alzheimer’s…

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Fun Halloween Ideas to do with a Loved One with Alzheimer's Disease

Halloween is a tradition that has become one of the most popular in the United States. Historically Halloween originated in Britain with the ancient druids disguising themselves to hide from evil spirits.…

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6 Tips for Talking to your Elderly Parents About Money

Money can be a difficult topic for anyone to bring up with a family member, let alone if you are trying to discuss finances with your aging parents. For starters, they are the people who gave us our first…

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Fitness Tips for Seniors by Ida Keeling-100-Year-Old Fitness Guru

You may beleive that staying in great physical shape is for the younger generation, but according to 100-year old fitness expert, Ida keeling, it comes down following a few simple routines. Keeling recently…

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