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Use It or Lose it: Helping Loved Ones Preserve Memory as They Age

Short-term memory loss may be the first sign of dementia, particularly Alzheimer's disease. Since memory loss is almost always a side-effect of getting older, it benefits anyone and everyone to work at preserving memory throughout their lifespan with some simple tips. Memory loss potentially affects more than 10 million people, including many people who are [...]

Senior Care: Who in the Family Should Take Charge?

On any given day in America, hundreds of thousands of seniors are being helped with the activities of daily living by paid outside caregivers. In many cases, a family member acts for the senior, leads the caregiver selection process, monitors the care being received by Mom or Dad, and maybe the financially responsible person receiving [...]