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In 1983, President Reagan declared November to be the national Alzheimer’s disease awareness month. Alzheimer’s disease affects over 5 million Americans today, compared to less than 2 million when November was first termed the national awareness month.  It is important to know and be able...

We are quickly approaching the holiday season and this can be a stressful time for many people, due to the sheer amount of things going on.  From holiday gatherings, to traveling, shopping, cooking, and cleaning.  These are just a few of the many added responsibilities...

There has been a lot of buzz surrounding healthcare improvement, since President Trump declared the opioid crisis a health emergency in the United States on October 26, 2017.  Leading the discussion of healthcare reform in the United States is the Healthcare of Tomorrow Conference.  The...

It's almost here again, the end of the summer and the start of the school year. Here are some tips for an easy transition for you and your kids: Get your school supplies in advance.   Plan to shop early for the things you know your kids will need: pencils,...

Self-esteem is how you feel about yourself, determined by your feelings and an evaluation based on your perception of yourself.And a healthy sense of self-esteem, we're told, is critical to success in any undertaking.If you're lucky enough to have strong self-esteem, it may be hard...

If you’ve ever been suckered into playing one of those never-ending board games against a little kid — like Monopoly or Battleship — you’ve likely faced this dilemma: On the one hand, you could play the game the way it’s meant to be played and...

Many of us are resolving to eat better, move more, and lose weight. One of the best ways to do this—and make realistic and long-lasting lifestyles changes—is by eating a healthy breakfast every morning. Studies how that eating breakfast jump-starts your metabolism, so it’s an easy...

For most kids, there's really nothing quite like the end of the school year. Classes, homework, and any formal schedule are pretty much done, and the biggest concern is figuring out what to do with all that free time. Though lazing around in front of...

1. You learn the value of independence. You don’t need a man to save you or anyone to take care of you. You learn by example that you are capable of living a full and happy life without having to share it with someone else....

Nursing can be strenuous under even the most standard conditions. So, when you flip the switch on daily life to battle through a night shift, things can really get tricky.Suddenly, all those “givens” you used to enjoy are no longer readily available to you—the market isn’t necessarily open...

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