Important Questions to Ask About Alzheimer’s Disease

Dr. Sharon Allison-Ottey shares what to ask your healthcare provider if you think you're developing dementia or notice signs in a loved one

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Alzheimer’s Disease Is Devastating. It May Help To Remember That You’re Not Alone.

Our new Alzheimer's education program can help people understand and cope with this disease

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Alzheimer’s Is Not a Normal Part of Aging

Know the risks and symptoms of Alzheimer's disease

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What To Do After an Alzheimer’s Diagnosis

Learn what to do if you or a loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease

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Covid-19 Means a Lot More Work for Families of Children With Disabilities, but Schools Can Help

The pandemic has added major hurdles to accessing, delivering and evaluating special education services

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Caregivers Need Self Care, Too

Be sure to care for yourself while caring for the ones you love

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Tichina’s Most Important Role

Tichina Arnold became a lupus warrior, after her younger sister, Zenay, was diagnosed with the disease

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The Trials and Joys of Caring for Someone With Alzheimer’s Disease

Being flexible and developing a support network are crucial

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Long-Term Care Workers, Grieving and Under Siege, Brace for COVID’s Next Round

Those who take care of older adults are suffering as their patients continue to get sick and die from COVID-19

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How to Use Covid-19 Testing and Quarantining to Safely Travel For the Holidays

A physician and mother weighs in on how to testing can help you make travel decisions this holiday season

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Colleges and the Thanksgiving COVID-19 Risk: Fauci’s right – Holiday Plans May Have to Change

As COVID-19 cases rise, especially in college towns, families may need to rethink their holiday plans

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Experiencing Odd Aches and Pains? When to Ask About Cancer and Metastatic Bone Disease

Don't wait until symptoms are present to ask your health care provider about metastatic bone disease

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Alzheimer’s Caregiving Is a Labor of Love

Caregivers deserve compassion and understanding, too.

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Visiting My Sister in the Psych Unit

A rare case of measles in childhood caused my sister's permanent brain injury and complicated psychoses.

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Health Tips for the Men in Your Life

Our expert guide on how the men you love can improve health and wellness.

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