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Controlling Diabetes May Reduce the Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

The connection between Diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease is currently being studied but is not yet completely understood.  Many, but not all, studies suggest people with diabetes, especially type 2 diabetes, are at higher risk of eventually developing Alzheimer’s Disease or other forms of… 413 more words

Senior Health

When someone you love dies...

Grief is awful.  Everyone says nice things about the deceased, they offer you words like “he had a good innings”, “a merciful release, really”, or “let us know if we can do anything”.   235 more words

Straight, No Chaser: Dementia – When Brain Health Goes Bad

In case you didn’t pick up on it, the posts regarding brain health served two purposes. The first is to ensure you give yourself the best opportunity to live a healthy, happy mental life. 548 more words

Sterling Medical Advice

"Love Like Harley" Enriches Life of Alzheimer's Patient

Love Like Harley ROCKS began as a campaign aimed at spreading puppy mill awareness around the world through painted rocks. While the intent, of course, was to educate people about pet store puppies, there have been some beautiful and unanticipated rewards for some who have picked up the brush for Love Like Harley. 182 more words


Music Therapy with Older Adults

Music therapists use music to achieve non-musical goals with a variety of populations. There are many ways in which music therapy can enhance the lives of older adults. 476 more words

Music Therapy

Alzheimer's - Where We Are Today and What You Can Do

I discussed several aspects of Alzheimer’s Disease throughout my blog posts including the impact of the disease on individuals in the US and society. Also I have looked at the issue of people being misled about how to prevent and/or treat AD with dietary supplements that are not regulated by the government. 620 more words

Alzheimer's Disease