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Yearly Archives: 2019

Dementia and Infections

Dementia and Infections: Understanding the Connection

Chronic illness can affect your life in many ways ranging from annoying to life-threatening. Recognizing illness early on in yourself or a […]
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benefits of swimming

Swimming for Dementia: How Swimming Can Help Dementia Patients

For patients with Alzheimer’s or dementia, it can be hard to find a way to socialize that isn’t overwhelming. With […]
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benefits of puzzles

Have a Puzzle Party: The Benefits of Puzzles for Alzheimer’s Patients

There are almost 6 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s disease today. Within the next 30 years or so, that number […]
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patients with dementia

Why Socializing is Key for Patients With Dementia

Given that nearly 6 million Americans suffer from dementia, it’s no wonder that we’re devoting so much energy to finding […]
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medical deductions

5 Medical Deductions Alzheimer Patients and Their Families Need to Know

When you’re taking care of an ill loved one, the only thing you should have to think about is keeping […]
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caregiver fatigue

Self-Care Is Not Selfish: How to Deal with Caregiver Fatigue

It’s estimated that 5.7 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease. Naturally, this means there are as many people providing […]
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alzheimer's behaviors

Alzheimer’s Behaviors: How Memory Loss Can Change the Personality You Remember

By 2050, the number of people with Alzheimer’s disease in the US is projected to surpass 13 million. As our […]
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when dementia patients stop eating

When Dementia Patients Stop Eating: Top Tips for Carers

Every year, nearly 10 million new cases of dementia are diagnosed globally. Many people think that dementia is simply part […]
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tests for dementia and alzheimer's

Tests for Dementia and Alzheimer’s: How to Track Your Parent’s Cognitive Health

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia. It affects over 5 million Americans. It’s also the sixth leading cause […]
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dementia and driving

Dementia and Driving: When and How to Take Away Driving Privileges

One of the most difficult things a family can face is having a loved one diagnosed with dementia. There are […]
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