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Fish, Omega-3, Dementia

Dr. Michael Gregger, Director of the authoritative NutritionFacts site, asks, “Why has fish consumption been associated with cognitive impairment and loss of executive function?”

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6 Tips on Repetitive Questions Due to Dementia

CARE VIDEO: “WHAT TIME IS IT?” Repetitive questions are common in dementia, triggering frustration and anxiety in caregiver and patient alike. If you are ever at a loss as to how to deal with repetitive questions, check out these tips from UCLA Health.

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11 Myths About Alzheimer’s

With all the information out there about Alzheimer’s, it’s hard to tease out which things are true, and which things are not. Some “facts” are really just myths. Find out which is which.

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Garden of Remembrance

The aptly titled ‘Garden Of Remembrance’ tells the story of a married couple dealing with the early onset of dementia and the feelings of a husband who’s “Lost between the here and now/Somewhere that he can’t be found” and his wife. Stunning, beautiful & poignant.

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