• Dementia Patient caregiving
    Restraint-Free Environment as a Child of a Dementia Patient

    Dementia is not just challenging for the patient struggling with the condition, it is very difficult for their loved ones and problematic for the staff treating them. The person who has dementia is confronted with confusion, loss...

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  • Putting Health and Research Into the Hands of Individuals
    Study Clarifies ApoE4’s Role in Dementia

    ApoE4, a protein linked to both Alzheimer’s disease and a form of dementia caused by damage of blood vessels in the brain, increases the risk of cognitive impairment by reducing the number and responsiveness of blood vessels...

    • Posted 1 month ago
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  • 5 Essential Habits to Prevent Cognitive Decline

    By Aradhana Pandey− The popular maxim, “you get wiser as you grow older” definitely seems true in theory. There’s surely a lot of wisdom that comes along with experiencing numerous ups and downs in life, raising children,...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • The 7 Powerful Foods You Need to Fight Dementia

    By RJ Rivera− What is Dementia? The human brain is capable of a lot of complex functions. From making sure the heart beats to converting vital chemicals in our body. Science has always been baffled by the...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • 5 Surprising Ways Coconut Oil Can Improve Your Health

    By Robert James – When you think about the word “coconut”, the first thing that comes to mind are places like Hawaii, the Philippines, or any tropical island known as a summer destination. The coconut itself has...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Alpha GPC: Why Europe Uses it to Treat Alzheimers

    By Kris Gilbert– The fight against diseases such as Alzheimer’s’ and dementia continues to find allies in the world of natural supplements. In Europe, a supplement known as Alpha GPC is being used to help treat Alzheimer’s...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Anna has Alzheimer’s! What Do I Do?

    Jenny was upset. Something wasn’t right, she just knew. Her best friend had missed their regular lunch date again and yesterday stopped in the middle of making a cup of tea, totally confused about what she was...

    • Posted 5 years ago
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  • The Precious Face of Alzheimer’s: One Caregiver’s Epiphany Transformed Pain into Poetry

    She was about to correct her mother for the umpteenth time when Cathie Borrie realized that maybe it really didn’t matter. What difference did it make that Mum thought the old drug store was newly built? Or...

    • Posted 6 years ago
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