Stepping into the mind of someone with dementia

Living with dementia can be frightening, disorienting and noisy. Perhaps the most anxiety-provoking aspect about it is that the people who care for the person living with symptoms often don’t truly understand what the daily experience is like. This can make it...

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Tips: Avoiding stress as a possible risk factor for dementia

Stress is a widely known culprit for many health issues and living in uncertain times is having many negative effects on both mental and physical health. While the long-term effects of the pandemic are not yet known, past studies seem to indicate that increased stress...

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Sleep used as a tool for predicting dementia

Sleep has many benefits; energy, focus, muscle repair and the list goes on. Researchers may have discovered another reason to get a good night’s sleep. A team at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center published their findings...

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The principles of being Dementia Aware

As you’re probably aware, individuals with Alzheimer’s disease or who are showing dementia symptoms require very specialized care. That’s why I’ve spent the last two decades working to raise dementia awareness among both family members and professional caregivers who...

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Study: Link found between gum disease and dementia

Brushing your teeth and maintaining great oral health just got even more important. A new study published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease found that bacteria that cause gum disease are likely linked to the development of dementia later on in life. Gum disease...

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‘Good’ cholesterol could decrease risk for dementia

A new study has found that HDL cholesterol, sometimes referred to as “good” cholesterol, may be linked to a decreased dementia risk. The study reported that adults who have higher levels of the protein apolipoprotein E, found in HDL cholesterol, have higher cognitive...

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Supporting the first responders who support who our communities

First responders go through extensive training to prepare for the many unpredictable and dangerous situations that they encounter on a daily basis. With more than five million Americans living with Alzheimer’s diseases or another cause of dementia, the chances that a...

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Staying on top of mental health in the time of COVID-19

While researchers are working hard to learn more about the coronavirus, including risk factors and treatments, many are left wondering what they can do to protect themselves and their loved ones. Just because in-person visits are off-limits, that doesn’t mean you...

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