The Skinny on Sugar

The idea that sugar is addictive is not just a popular expression, it is actually biologically addictive, just like a narcotic. When you eat sugar, the ‘feel good’ receptors in…

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Dementia and Dining Out
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Dementia and Dining Out

Proper preparation is the key to dining out with your loved ones who have a dementia diagnosis. Just because their mental state is compromised does not mean they wouldn’t enjoy…

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Health Advocates: Your Partner in Care
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Health Advocates: Your Partner in Care

A health advocate can be a professional with a healthcare background, or could simply be a family friend who is willing to serve as a liaison on the behalf of…

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Keeping The Flu Away

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Did you know that seniors, and those who help care for them, are two of the highest-risk groups of people when it comes to the flu? For starters, older adults…

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What Should I Say?

Communicating Through Dementia You would think with all the practice we’ve had throughout our lives, communicating with our family, friends, and loved ones would come as easy as breathing. But…

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