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    The Health Benefits of Learning Piano Later in Life

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    Learning to play piano may not be the first thing you think about when seeking to improve your physical or mental health.

    Alzheimer’s Patients Light up with Joy over Therapy Animals

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    rom personal experience, my pet’s have always cheered me up. Pets are simply amazing and can do wonders for anyone. They provide companionship and someone to...

    Dementia: Here’s What People Don’t See

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    Dementia is like an Iceberg. An Iceberg has over 90% of its mass below the surface. Meaning that you don’t see 90% of the iceberg....

    An Honor to Take Care of Parents

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    The responsibility of a caregiver involves many tasks: decision-maker, chauffeur, legal and financial supervisor, housekeeper, cook, nurse, hairdresser, doctor scheduler, and being their advocate...

    7 Stаgеѕ оf Alzhеimеr’ѕ Diѕеаѕе

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    It’ѕ ԛuitе nоrmаl – thоugh реrhарѕ a bit jаrring – tо ѕее a loved one bеgin tо hаvе mеmоrу рrоblеmѕ. Thеу might fоrgеt уоur...

    4 Foods That Might Prevent Alzheimer’s

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    Approximately 5.4 million people in the US suffer from Alzheimer’s disease. And while research and various studies are conducted worldwide in search of a...

    Alzheimer’s Disease: Here’s What People Don’t See

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    Alzheimer’s Disease is like an Iceberg. An Iceberg has over 90% of its mass below the surface. Meaning that you don’t see 90% of the...

    What Kind of Tests Does a Neurologist Do For Alzheimer’s/Dementia?

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    Neurologists are doctors who specialize in disorders of the central and peripheral nervous system. They are often a key component in diagnosing Dementia and...

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