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by Cary Ulrich

On this journey of caring for my beautiful wife with Alzheimer’s I have learned many things about life; what is most important, how to love in a deeper way than I ever knew, to see her on a deeper level at the core of her very being and to connect at the very deepest of the emotional part of her. 690 more words


Preparing for the Holidays

By Becca Verda

The holidays are a wonderful time.  But with all of the good that comes along with the holidays – family friends and traditions – added stress can also creep into our lives. 542 more words


Full of Life: #NeverDelete

By Carrie Smith

My grandma was a force. She was a smart, strong, creative woman. She passed away recently from Alzheimer’s after seven years of living with the disease–at least seven years ago is when we first noticed symptoms. 268 more words


Alzheimer's Disease and Biophysics

November is Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month in the US. An estimated 5.3 million Americans suffer from the disease, which is particularly prevalent among people age 65 and older.  685 more words


In Observance of National Alzheimer's Disease Awareness Month

November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month. Alzheimer’s disease is an irreversible, progressive brain disorder that slowly destroys memory and thinking skills. The most common early symptom is difficulty in remembering recent events (short-term memory loss). 125 more words


Heart Health and Brain Health Linked - AA

Regular readers know that I am strongly concerned about my health, both physical and mental. At least two of my family members have suffered from Alzheimer’s and dementia. 537 more words


A Walk poem by Sherry Warren

a note from the editor: This should have been released at the beginning of Walk season but I was very busy. This was just too good not to post, so here it is.

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