November 2015

Common symptoms: When they happen, why they happen, and what you can doJump to:Mild-stage Alzheimer's symptomsModerate-stage Alzheimer's symptomsSevere-stage Alzheimer's symptomsMild-stage Alzheimer's symptomsDuring mild-stage Alzheimer's, your loved one will likely be able to manage his or her basic self-care -- what experts refer to as...

Common symptoms: When they happen, why they happen, and what you can doJump to:Mild-stage Alzheimer's symptomsModerate-stage Alzheimer's symptomsSevere-stage Alzheimer's symptomsMild-stage Alzheimer's symptomsDuring mild-stage Alzheimer's, your loved one will likely be able to manage his or her basic self-care -- what experts refer to as...

We'd like to think the American Dream holds room for everyone to make big bucks, regardless of innate qualities like personality. But some new data from Truity Psychometrics suggests the contrary: Your Myers-Briggs personality type correlates with how much money you earn. Specifically, traits...

On every airline flight, a flight attendant gives directions to those on board so they know what to do if there is an emergency. One line always stands out for me; “If you are traveling with a child or someone who requires assistance, secure your...

More stressful than Christmas shopping. More necessary than a Netflix account. The interview — to many, the most evil necessity.For those who aren’t so inclined, the interview process feels like running against the wind — with an open parachute strapped to your back. But,...

Being a caregiver for a loved one is often a selfless, thankless job. It can require extreme amounts of patience, determination and grace that many people do not have all of the time. During the holiday season, this difficult job can become...

Because diabetes can develop gradually, it’s important to recognize any early warnings signs and take preventative measures as soon as possible. If you find that these symptoms fit you, consult your doctor. 1. Changing VisionSudden fluctuations in vision should be taken very seriously—even...

It’s an unfortunate paradox: Family members who devote countless hours to caring for a loved one may wind up becoming so worn down — physically, mentally and emotionally — that they may need care themselves.Pamela D. Wilson, a leading expert in the...

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