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Faith & Inspiration By Charles Towne The following is a chapter from my forthcoming book, “LOVE CARES!” I wrote LOVE CARES! because, as a long term caregiver of 21 years, I wanted to help … more
By Allen Brown There is something bittersweet about watching your parents’ age. There's gratitude mixed with sadness as you begin to take each day a little bit more to heart, a little bit less for … more
By Laurie Archbald-Pannone, Associate Professor Medicine, Geriatrics, University of Virginia The number of cases of dementia in the U.S. is rising as baby boomers age, raising questions for boomers … more
The VOICE of Health The Caregiver Series: From Florida Hospital Some changes, like needing bifocals to read the newspaper, are perfectly normal as our eyes age. As our brain ages, it’s normal … more
The VOICE of Health The Caregiver Series: From Florida Hospital The brain is especially sensitive to the effects of diabetes. People with diabetes are at risk of high blood pressure, and in … more
The VOICE of Health Can it Put Seniors at Risk? From Florida Hospital - Apopka Dr. Rosemary De Angelis Laird, Geriatric and Internal Medicine A recent study in the Journal of the … more
Can it Put Seniors at Risk? From Florida Hospital - Apopka Dr. Rosemary De Angelis Laird, Geriatric and Internal Medicine A recent study in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society … more
From Florida Hospital - Apopka A recent study in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society suggests delays in diagnosing dementia can put seniors, and others, at risk. We checked in … more
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