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The organization's new project, BELLA (Better Eyes for Longer Life without Alzheimer's), begins at New York's Somers Eye Center OSSINING, N.Y., Jan.
Firm Notes Tremendous Growth in Healthcare Field and Future Job Opportunities in Long-Term Care Facilities; Offers Courses in Medication Management, Dementia Care, and Nursing Home and Assisted
Pines Education Institute of Southwest Florida announces the release of its new dementia caregiving DVD, “The Inevitable Hospital Stay – How to Advocate for Your Loved One with Dementia”.
Safe-In-Home is a safety monitoring system that allows caregivers to keep track of seniors when they are home alone. Tiburon, CA (PRWEB) January 12, 2015
An estimated 60 percent of Americans can prevent dementia and memory loss by adopting just a few important lifestyle changes. Crystal Lake, Illinois (PRWEB)
Atlanta Home Care Partners Adds Behavioral Health Services Component to Care Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) January 09, 2015 The word “dementia” is a label
According to neuropsychologist Dr.
CWI Medical’s new article highlights useful tips and suggestions to properly care take of patients with Alzheimer’s and Dementia who don’t know when or where to go to the bathroom due to
In Vitro and in Rodent Models, PXT-864 Synergistically Alleviated Several Patterns Altered in Alzheimer's Disease PARIS, Jan.
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