Wandering and Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s disease can present some very challenging behaviors for the individual and his or her family members. Wandering is one of the potential symptoms of Alzheimer’s and other dementias. Dementia can cause disorientation and may lead to wandering often with a specific purpose in mind – like attempting to go Read more…

Forgetfulness: Normal or Not?

Forget someone’s name? Misplace the car keys? Missed an appointment? Memory lapses happen to everyone, but there are times we wonder whether these slips are normal. Memory is defined by Merriam-Webster Dictionary as, “the power or process of reproducing or recalling what has been learned and retained.” Our ability to Read more…

Nutty is Healthy

Nuts have many health benefits and are packed full of fiber and nutrients. They can help boost metabolism and even help someone lose a pound or two. A team of researchers from The Pennsylvania State University and Harvard School of Public Health conducted a study showing people who eat nuts Read more…

Running from Alzheimer’s

Run from Alzheimers, or walk, bicycle, or skip suggests University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, when it comes to reducing the risk for Alzheimer’s disease. It helps keep joints, muscles, and the heart happy and healthy. It also helps people stay at a good weight and promotes quality sleep. Caregivers Read more…