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Jennifer Buckley

Do you find the need to repeat yourself more often than not to the person you are caring for? more

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As if it weren’t enough to deal with forgetfulness and confusion while caring for your loved-one with Alzheimer’s, but aggressiveness, wandering and paranoia can really put you over the edge. more

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Caregivers exert enough energy during the day to power a small nuclear submarine, but sleep deprivation is a common problem among a large percentage of caregivers. more

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Older women with urge incontinence may be more likely to fall and fracture a bone compared to women who are not urge incontinent. more

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You have been loyal to your outdoor exercise program for months; walking, even when your muscles ached or biking, even when your arthritis acted up. more

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Help a loved one living with dementia by finding activities that you both can enjoy. more

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A common nutritional problem that can affect someone in poor health is wasting or loss of body mass called cachexia-anorexia. It often is seen in advanced stages of Alzheimer’s and cancer. more

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Primary doctors are becoming increasingly more informed about migraine headaches and treatment options. You can incorporate better communication with your health-care provider to achieve a winning treatment program. more

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If you are caring for an elderly loved-one, consider keeping their refrigerator well stocked to keep them healthy. Sounds strange? more

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Some 15% of older Americans experience depression at some point in their golden years. In nursing homes, around 20% of the residents are depressed, especially those living with a serious medical condition, like cancer or heart disease. more

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