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Fun Ways To Sharpen Your Memory

Did you know that May is Mental Health Month? It's the perfect opportunity to spread awareness about the importance of cognitive health.

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Group Activities To Try With Your Friends

Looking for some fun activities to do with your friends? There are tons of interesting things to do for all physical and mental capabilities. Check out these ideas that will help shake up your usual routine. 

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Tips For Communicating Through The Stages of Alzheimer's

A diagnosis of Alzheimer’s or other form of dementia is life-changing, both for the person receiving the news and their loved ones. 

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5 Benefits Of Social Interaction For Seniors With Dementia

Seniors with dementia are at a higher risk of social isolation and depression if they don't have the support of loved ones. According to the Alzheimer's Association, research has shown that people who are regularly engaged in social interactions and activities are also better able to maintain healthy cognitive functions. If you have elderly relatives who have been diagnosed with dementia, here are five reasons to ensure that they stay active and social.

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5 Surprising Facts About Alzheimer's

Alzheimer's disease is one of the most prevalent chronic conditions across the world. An estimated 5.3 million Americans have the memory-loss illness and this number is projected to drastically increase as the massive baby boomer generation grows older. If you care for or know someone who is impacted by Alzheimer's, it's important that you're up to date on all of the important information. Here are five key facts about the disease that may surprise you.

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Could Alzheimer's Be Caused By Infection?

It seems like every week there's a new study about Alzheimer's disease – whether it be we are closer to finding a cure or discovering root causes that may one day lead to it.

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Top Physical Symptoms of Alzheimer's

Alzheimer's disease can lead to serious issues related to memory and independence. The condition can be fatal, but may also lead to dangerous conditions that can cause injury or death as well. For that reason, understanding the possible symptoms of Alzheimer's is a way to make lifestyle adjustments as early as possible. 

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Could Yoga Help Reduce Symptoms Associated With Alzheimer's?

Yoga is an excellent exercise for older adults because it is low-impact but carries a long list of health benefits. New research from the University of California Los Angeles has revealed that integrating yoga sessions into everyday life may also be instrumental in alleviating some of the emotional and cognitive affects brought on by Alzheimer's.

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