Alzheimer’s Disease Progression

As discussed in a previous blog article, Alzheimer’s disease is a multi-stage, incurable, progressive disorder that generally progresses over 8-10 years or more, but always results in death. Every individual is different, but the first few stages typically develop and progress rather slowly, but will gradually worsen with time. More often than not, the later […]

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Tips for being a “Sandwich” Caregiver

Conservative estimates put approximately 10 million people in the United States in the group of caregivers for an aging loved one, many of which also have children of their own living at home. This makes them “sandwich” caregivers. Beyond the role of a caregiver, some are still working part, or even full time. It is […]

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Stress and Memory Loss

There is a substantial body of evidence about the effects stress can have on your body, both short term, and long term.  When a person is placed in a stressful situation, there is a biochemical response in the body involving a plethora of hormones, and these hormones can have lasting effect on the body and […]

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The Best Advice for Living the Life You Want on a Fixed Income

As a senior, living on a fixed income can make you feel like you have a lot of limitations. While it’s true that you’ll need to be careful about spending, a fixed income doesn’t have to stop you from enjoying life. By tweaking your spending and looking for ways to save, you can create more […]

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