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  • dementia

    • 1.

      The Confusion of Dementia

      by Harriet Hodgson - 2006-12-04
      My father-in-law is 98 1/2 years old and lives in one-room apartment on the Assisted Living floor of a retirement community. Dad relies on his walker to get around and he can't go far these days. Bu...
    • 2.

      Coping with Dementia

      by Minh Nguyen - 2006-12-05
      If you or someone you know has a family member with dementia, then you know what a difficult, debilitating disorder it is. Dementia is a disorder of the nervous system that affects the ability to reas...
    • 3.

      Melatonin: Double-barreled Weapon against Alzheimer's Already in Your Bathroom Cabinet

      by Phyllis Staff - 2006-12-16
      Melatonin, commonly used to combat jet lag, has been around as a supplement almost 50 years, but researchers around the world have only recently identified it as a powerful weapon in the fight against...
    • 4.

      Reduce Your Chance of Suffering Alzheimer's Disease by 76%

      by Piers Crispin - 2006-12-22
      Alzheimer's disease affects up to 4 million people in the US, with almost 10% of those aged over 65 and almost 50% of those aged over 85 suffering from Alzheimer's. But the good news is that a recent ...
    • 5.

      Remembering More - How We Make Memories

      by Barbara Friesner - 2006-12-23
      Because of the my mother's dementia and as a Generational Coach, I'm often asked by people who are concerned about their "intellectual pauses" if there's anything they can do to remember more, longer,...
    • 6.

      Remembering More - How To Recall Memories

      by Barbara Friesner - 2006-12-23
      We make memories through our senses (sight, sound, smell, taste, touch) and it's through those same senses that we recall or "trigger" these memories. Dementia--regardless of the cause--blocks the c...
    • 7.

      Alzheimer's Disease is Devastating - Debilitating & Deadly

      by Linda J Bruton - 2007-01-11
      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 grand...
    • 8.

      Exercise Lowers Homocysteine

      by Gabe Mirkin, M.D. - 2007-01-22
      A recent study from multiple medical centers shows that a regular exercise program helps to lower high blood levels of homocysteine. (European Journal of Applied Physiology, November 2006). Everyo...
    • 9.

      Vitamin B12 Deficiency - 5 Warning Signs

      by Edward Sample - 2007-01-23
      Vitamin B12, or cobalamin, is an essential building block of DNA and is key to the maintenance of our body's genes. In this role, it is an important element in ensuring the proper function of the ner...
    • 10.

      Long Term Care Insurance: Yea or Nay?

      by Clay Cotton - 2007-01-31
      Long term care insurance coverage simply MUST be considered by everybody who can medically qualify for this important coverage.Why? For starters here are 10 good reasons:1. The odds: The odds of your ...