Advice for Alzheimer’s Care Givers- How to Minimize Stress and Perform Your Best

Advice for Alzheimer’s Care Givers- How to Minimize Stress and Perform Your Best

 Stress management is one of the most overlooked facets of Alzheimer’s caretaking. Given that our focus is typically on the patient it’s a somewhat understandable oversight. That does not make it excusable however. Stress compromises not only our quality of life, but also our level of proficiency in our...

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Sholem Berkowitz | Sep 6, 2018

Driving And Age- How to Stay Safe and 4 Signs That it’s Time to Stop

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Driving is a big part of most people’s lives. As sad as it may be, age sometimes robs us of the pleasure of driving. If you’re interested in keeping yourself or a loved one behind the wheel longer, then this is the article for you. On the other hand,...

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How to Have “The Talk” About Assisted Living with Your Parents

How to Have “The Talk” About Assisted Living with Your Parents

As our parents age, health and quality of life inevitably become a challenge to maintain. Bodies slow down, issues crop up and it becomes unhealthy for everyone involved to manage all of this on their own. This is usually the point where people consider assisted living - never an easy...

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Sholem Berkowitz | Jul 9, 2018

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Fish diet might not help much with rheumatoid arthritis symptoms

Fish diet might not help much with rheumatoid arthritis symptoms

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The reasons that seniors should have a primary care physician

The reasons that seniors should have a primary care physician

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Risk for heart disease increase at seniors before cancer diagnose

Risk for heart disease increase at seniors before cancer diagnose

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Six months of active walks might help seniors' brains

Six months of active walks might help seniors' brains

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