Saturday, October 26, 2019

In the News

Kelly was in a hospital and then a hospice for the last two months of his life. When he first went into the hospital, they had to restrain him to keep him from wandering all over the place. Seeing him tied to a bed was traumatic for me; I could only imagine what it was like for him, even in his state.

Hospitalization Can Traumatize People with Alzheimer’s

This study should serve as an example of why you need to become educated, especially so you can recognize the small signs in your female loved ones.
Women may be under-diagnosed for Alzheimer’s, while men over-diagnosed, new study suggests

And finally, some good news on the Dementia Research front...

First drug that can slow Alzheimer's dementia

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Episode 8 - CIA #320
The Affair of the Temporal Extortionist

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