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Alzheimer’s and the Eyes: Connections, Early Detection and More

As we age, our bodies change in many ways. Unfortunately, one of those changes is an increased risk for Alzheimer’s disease. While there is no sure way to prevent Alzheimer’s, new research suggests that our eyes may be able to give us an early warning sign.

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How to Care for a Loved One with Cancer - Caregiverology

Cancer is a life-threatening disease that affects not just the person diagnosed with it but also their families and loved ones. Taking care of a cancer patient can be a challenging and overwhelming experience, but there are ways to make it easier.

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5 Best Countries for the Comfortable Life of Retirees - Caregiverology

More people are opting for a retirement life abroad. They probably want to spend their later years in a place with better weather, or maybe just to experience something new. Whatever the reason, if you're looking for the best countries to retire in, options abound.

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CareZips Classic by Joe and Bella Overview - Caregiverology

CareZips Classic pants are a one of a kind product designed with patients as well as their caregivers in mind.

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Grief Coping: Helping Aging Parents Move on After the Loss of a Spouse

Aging parents can often be affected by the loss of a spouse, and the impacts of this loss can worsen if they continue living in their matrimonial home.

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Coping With Cumulative Grief As a Caregiver - Caregiverology

As a caregiver, you can have a closer relationship to death than most people. You might even experience losses one after another, before you have time to fully process the first loss.

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How to Use a Pool to Reduce Stress & Soothe Your Mind - Caregiverology

Do you feel stressed out and overwhelmed at work? The pool might be the perfect solution for you!

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What to do when you can't care for your loved one with Alzheimer's

As a caregiver, you may find that your loved one needs more care than you can provide at home. You may feel overwhelmed, exhausted, and even resentful.

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Mental Health Benefits Of Hot Tubs - Caregiverology

We all know that spending time in a hot tub is great for our physical health, but what about our mental health? We have provided information about these benefits. Keep reading.

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What NOT To Do At Your Job Interview - Caregiverology

Congratulations on landing a job interview! Here's what you should avoid during the interview if you want to get the job.

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  1. Alzheimer’s and the Eyes: Connections, Early Detection and More

    Nov 14, 22 05:14 PM

    As we age, our bodies change in many ways. Unfortunately, one of those changes is an increased risk for Alzheimer’s disease. While there is no sure way to prevent Alzheimer’s, new research suggests th…

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  2. How to Care for a Loved One with Cancer - Caregiverology

    Oct 14, 22 02:29 PM

    Cancer is a life-threatening disease that affects not just the person diagnosed with it but also their families and loved ones. Taking care of a cancer patient can be a challenging and overwhelming ex…

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  3. 5 Best Countries for the Comfortable Life of Retirees - Caregiverology

    Sep 21, 22 02:37 PM

    More people are opting for a retirement life abroad. They probably want to spend their later years in a place with better weather, or maybe just to experience something new. Whatever the reason, if yo…

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