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How to Plan the Move of an Alzheimer Patient to a Care Home

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How to Plan the Move of an Alzheimer Patient to a Care Home

Image Credits A decision to move an elderly family member diagnosed with Alzheimer or some other form of Dementia to a care facility can be a difficult one to make for family members. Feelings of incompetence and guilt are natural. Generally, a patient with a cognitive impairment cannot participate in the decision-making process either. Before…

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Experts Now Saying There Is No Such Thing As ‘drinking For Health’

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Experts Now Saying There Is No Such Thing As 'drinking For Health'

We’ve all heard that alcohol can be good for your health That can be a bitter pill to swallow for recovering alcoholics, and also a major source of stress: “Am I missing out on all those health benefits and shortening my life just because I can’t limit my drinking?” It can add to the tremendous…

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Preparing For Your Child’s Visit To The Doctor

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Preparing For Your Child's Visit To The Doctor

When it comes to heading to the doctor’s office, preparing your child for a visit can be a lot different from preparing yourself. Whereas you just have to plop yourself into the car and drive over to the office, knowing what to expect from all your other times visiting the doctor, your child may still…

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Shoplifting Behavior: Addiction Or Complex Disorder?

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Shoplifting Behavior: Addiction Or Complex Disorder?

Have you felt the act of stealing give you momentarily pleasure that leaves you ashamed and guilty after? Have you ever found yourself stealing items with an intense urge that worsens every time? If you answered yes to these questions, then you may be suffering from shoplifting addiction or kleptomania. Thousands of people shoplift in…

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Tips to Cope with Caregiver Stress

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Tips to Cope with Caregiver Stress

 Being a caregiver to a loved one who can no longer care for themselves can be one of the most stressful situations to deal with. The demands on your time, the sacrifice, the emotional drain, the pain of seeing a person you care about continue to decline mentally and physically, the anger and guilt—it can…

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How to Avoid Toxic Relationships

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How to Avoid Toxic Relationships

2012 is over and we welcome in the New Year. New Years means new opportunities and sometimes new friends. Do you find that your relationships bring you down? Look at the people you spend your time with. They say you are the sum of the five people you spend the most time with. Are the people…

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Erectile Dysfunction Affecting Young Men Today

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Erectile Dysfunction Affecting Young Men Today

The American Medical Association has estimated that nearly 10 percent of the male population has experienced erectile dysfunction, characterized by an inability to achieve or maintain erections. Nearly every case is curable, often with simple treatments. The condition is categorized as a physiological medical issue, rather than a personal performance inability. Psychological Causes Erections are…

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