3 Common Struggles Faced by Alzheimer’s Disease Patients

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7 Winter Wellness Tips for Seniors

As winter approaches, prioritizing the safety of seniors is crucial, considering their heightened vulnerability due to the weather. In this blog, we'll discuss important safety measures everyone ...

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How Palliative Care Can Help You

Palliative care, also known as supportive care, aims to improve the quality of life of people suffering from life-threatening diseases. This can range from providing emotional, physical and social support...

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Epilepsy – Who gets it, and how can we help?

Epilepsy is a brain condition that occurs due to abnormal electrical brain activity. These repeated brief episodes of sudden electrical changes are called seizures. They temporarily affect the body’s movement, such as uncontrollable twitching, shaking or jerky movements of the face, limbs, or even the entire body. 

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Common struggles of people with Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common type of dementia which affects the parts of the brain that control memory, language and thought. It is more commonly diagnosed in older members of society. However, it can still develop in younger people.

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Challenges faced by Hepatitis Patients

Hepatitis is the inflammation of the liver, whose most common cause is a viral infection. There are numerous types of hepatitis, ranging from hepatitis A to E. Some of these can be acute, where they flare up suddenly and go back after some time, or they might become a chronic condition that lasts a long time.

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Maintaining and Improving your Brain Power

The brain is inarguably one of the most important organs of our entire body. Think of it as the body’s Central Processing Unit (CPU). When the CPU (the central part of the computer) overheats or malfunctions, it damages other components such as the hard drives, or it can cause the computer to crash altogether. Similarly,

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Dementia is Much More Than Just Forgetfulness. How, Though?

In Colorado, United States, a 73-year-old woman with dementia is suing the city and its police department. The reason? She forgot to pay for her groceries, and the police made her compensate for that with a dislocated shoulder in her arrest for the offence. The police say they stopped and tried questioning her on the

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‘Vaccines Don’t Cause Autism’ and More That is Not Fiction

For every 66 children and youth in Canada alone, one is diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Yet, the anti-vaccine lobbies haven’t stopped targeting ASD. What had started from the MMR vaccine has now put the COVID-vaccination drive in Canada and elsewhere under fresh dangers. It’s, therefore, high time to cleanse facts from fiction. Especially

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Annie’s Place Makes a Positive Impact on International Nurses Day

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Action takes place on International Nurses Day Annie’s Place brings meals to Burnaby General Hospital for COVID-19 frontline workers and health care teams PUBLISHED May 12, 2020 Frontline medical staff at Burnaby General Hospital were treated to dinner today (Tuesday, 12 May 2020) by staff at Annie’s Place Group Care which provides

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