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Take a Stroll Down Memory Lane

Take a Stroll Down Memory Lane

“Memory Lane” is far, far away if you cannot remember where you’ve been during your previous years. Most assume that a decrease in memory and brain function is the inevitable passage of aging. Newer studies of centenarians suggest otherwise. Research shows that...
Give Caregivers The Gift of Time

Give Caregivers The Gift of Time

What are the caregiving statistics in the U.S. as of 2020? The National Alliance for Caregiving (NAC) and AARP present their report of the most recent update to their trended research series. Caregiving in the U.S., is conducted roughly every five years. The 2020...
The Horizon Brightens For Alzheimer’s

The Horizon Brightens For Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s, a word that makes us all ponder the possibilities of it entering our private circle. Living with the disease is a struggle but, some areas can be managed. From U.S Department of Health and Human Services * Alzheimer’s is the most common cause of...
Celebrate The Nurse

Celebrate The Nurse

Last year, in a worldwide effort, we asked every nurse to put their life on hold and travel to the front lines in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. Our gratitude during this crisis is immeasurable. But actually, the public has always shown reverence for the...
The Life You Save

The Life You Save

How often do you get to save a life? Donating blood saves lives and is an important gift to your entire community. I have a member of my family who requires regular monthly transfusions to survive so I KNOW how important the act of donating blood is. There are many...