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Dementia And Alzheimer’s Disease: What Is The Difference?

Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease: What is the Difference?

In the same way that alcoholism, cocaine addiction, and heroin addiction are different and yet are all addictions, Alzheimer’s disease is a form of dementia. There are many types of dementia, which is a term for a general syndrome in…

How To Spot Symptoms Of Mental Illness In The Elderly

How to Spot Symptoms of Mental Illness in the Elderly

Normal signs of aging can mask symptoms of mental illness in the elderly. Learn about these 8 symptoms to spot mental illness among seniors. About 58% of people over age 65 think that depression is a normal part of aging.…

Fall Risks For Seniors: What Caregivers Can Do To Prevent Them

Fall Risks for Seniors: What Caregivers Can Do to Prevent Them

Too many seniors are injured as a result of falls. Learn what caregivers and seniors can do to reduce the risk of falling. Believe it or not the CDC ( has found that the leading cause of death and injury…

The Three Signs Of Alzheimer’s Disease You May Not Know

The Three Signs of Alzheimer's Disease You May Not Know

More than five million people in the United States suffer from Alzheimer’s disease, the most common cause of dementia. In fact, the Alzheimer’s Association estimates that it accounts for 60 to 80 percent of all dementia cases. The likelihood that…

Planning A Stress-Free Family Thanksgiving

Planning a Stress-Free Family Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is considered one of the most meaningful and joyous holidays as it celebrates family traditions and togetherness. However, planning and hosting holiday gatherings, or even simply attending multiple events can quickly become overwhelming and stressful. This can be especially…

Important Facts About Hypothermia & Dehydration In Seniors

Important Facts About Hypothermia & Dehydration in Seniors

Seniors are at higher risk of suffering from hypothermia and dehydration than people of other ages. These conditions can occur much faster and in conditions that might not seem extreme enough to cause hypothermia or dehydration in others. That is…

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