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On the Brink of Defeating Alzheimer’s? CareWorks Health Services Shares Latest Breakthroughs

Exciting scientific studies are zeroing in ever nearer towards the eradication of Alzheimer’s disease, this time in the form of two medications already developed and approved by the FDA. This enables accelerated clinical trials and we hope…
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How Elephants Are Helping Alzheimer’s Disease

The old adage, “An elephant never forgets,” is true: elephants really do have incredible memories, even into their old age. For example, they can recall and go back to very specific places decades after visiting them, irrespective of age.…
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Finding the Balance Between Safety and Independence for Seniors at Home

It’s a conflict that develops for numerous families: older adults adamantly like to age in place in their own homes, while their family members worry about their well-being. And there’s a debate to be made in both cases. Seniors, especially…
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A Radical New Perspective on the Cause of Alzheimer’s Could Change Everything

Thomas Edison's words hold special meaning today regarding the race to locate both the cause and a cure for Alzheimer’s disease: “I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.” Each day seems to bring hopeful news…
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Orange County Alzheimer’s Care Advice: Should You Try Alternative Treatments?

As the expression goes, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. That may easily pertain to the current influx of businesses touting alternative supplements, dietary programs, and herbal concoctions in an effort to cure, or at least…
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A New Way of Thinking About Alzheimer’s Disease May Produce a Long-Awaited Cure

Those of us who follow the current research in Alzheimer’s disease are all too accustomed with the problematic amyloid plaques thought to be linked to Alzheimer’s. But is it possible that the buildup is, in fact, helpful? New findings…
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The Latest Technologies for Vision Loss

Impacting tens of millions of Americans, vision loss is as varied as the individuals who experience it – from simply needing to don a pair of reading glasses to scan through the morning paper, to complete blindness. And it’s even more prevalent…
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Can Orange County Home Care Help Seniors Embrace Assistive Technology?

Seniors in California are inundated with an explosion of high tech products aimed at improving their safety and independence and enhancing their lives. By pressing a few buttons, they can instantly visit by video with friends and family through…