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Fall Superfoods

When summer’s bounty is a thing of the past, you can still find in-season fruits and vegetables full of powerful nutrients. Try these four superfoods (with buying tips and recipes).
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5 Myths About Hospice Care

5 Myths About Hospice Care

Misconceptions about care at the end of life could be keeping you from the care you need. Read More
How Music Therapy Benefits People with Dementia

How Music Therapy Benefits People with Dementia

Tips to help people with dementia experience the healing power of music. Read More
Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care: Tips for Frustrated Caregivers

Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care: Tips for Frustrated Caregivers

Caregiving presents countless challenges, and when your loved one suffers from dementia or another illness that causes memory loss, these challenges often increase. Read More
Balancing the Need for Care with the Desire for Privacy

Balancing the Need for Care with the Desire for Privacy

Imagine your mother is reluctant to admit that she needs help, but at the same time you think it’s important for some people to know about her condition. Read More
5 Steps for Dealing with Anticipatory Grief

5 Steps for Dealing with Anticipatory Grief

Anticipatory grief is very common among caregivers and family members of those suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, and other terminal illnesses. Read More
Living with an Invisible Illness: How to Get Support When You Don’t Look Sick

Living with an Invisible Illness: How to Get Support When You Don’t Look Sick

When you don't look sick, how can you get others to take your symptoms seriously? Read More
Type A Caregiving: How Do You Manage an Unmanageable Illness?

Type A Caregiving: How Do You Manage an Unmanageable Illness?

It’s important to find a way to make caregiving a part of your life, but in a way that you can live with over time. Read More
Stress and Heart Disease: How Caregiving Increases Your Risk

Stress and Heart Disease: How Caregiving Increases Your Risk

Family caregivers are at higher risk for many health problems related to stress, But as a caregiver, you often can’t remove the primary source of stress in your life. How can you protect your health and your heart? Read More
How to Start the Conversation About Hospice Care

How to Start the Conversation About Hospice Care

Asking these questions about end-of-life care can help you find out your loved one’s priorities. Read More
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