In-Home Alzheimer’s Care in Texas Alleviates Stress While Researchers Search for a Cure

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In a major announcement from Washington, Congress has overwhelmingly approved a $400 million investment in Alzheimer’s research. Medical experts at the National Institute of Health are hopeful that influx of funding could one day lead to a cure. However, until that day, family caregivers who deal with the real-life consequences of an Alzheimer’s diagnosis need […]

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Could Yogurt Help Alzheimer’s Caregivers Combat this Disease?

Alzheimer's Caregivers may find a friend in probiotics

Alzheimer’s disease is a debilitating disorder that affects an estimated 5.4 million people in America, most of whom are 65-years-old or older. While millions of dollars are being spent on Alzheimer’s research, to date scientists have been hard pressed to uncover treatments that actually combat the mental decline associated with the disease. However, interesting new […]

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Dementia Care Professionals Combat Little Known form of Dementia

Dementia care services in Texas can help victims of Posterior Cortical Atrophy

Dementia care services in Texas and throughout The United States have been seeing an increase in individuals suffering from a little-known variation of Alzheimer’s disease called PCA. The disease, Posterior Cortical Atrophy, is likely not a new illness but one that has been recently discovered and is only now making its full presence known. While PCA […]

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