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Memory Care for Alzheimer’s Patients

Many elderly Americans suffer from Alzheimer’s disease, a progressive neurologic disorder marked by a steady decline in cognitive, behavioral, and social skills. Initial symptoms are often mistaken for normal aging and include problems with language, mood swings, disorientation, loss of…

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Telemedicine Services More Available Than Ever Before

Telemedicine can be described as health-related services and information being distributed by electronic technologies. Not long-ago telemedicine was an innovative practice, primarily a supplement to hospitals' information strategy managing patient care and their data more efficiently. During the coronavirus pandemic…

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Nursing Homes and COVID-19 Deaths

Because aging Americans are more susceptible to the coronavirus, deaths in this age group are high. Although nursing home residents are less than one percent of the total US population, according to a report from the CDC, they account for…

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You Can Thrive as a Family Caregiver

53 million Americans provide care for an older family member, which is around 17 percent of the US population, and most are losing sleep, worrying, losing income, struggling to balance caregiving tasks with their workload and other family responsibilities. These…

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The Recent Rise of Elder Abuse

Although elder abuse events are significantly underreported, elder abuse manifests itself in many different ways and may present itself in older adults' lives concurrently. The National Council on Aging reports that estimates range as high as five million older adults…

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