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Seen and heard this last week of 2010:
Inside Aging Parent Care presents How Does a Caregiver Make the Right Decision if an Aging Parent Cannot?
Did you know that every hospital has a bioethics committee whose job it is to consult with family caregivers about their care decisions if the patient cannot decide for him or herself?
Kathryn Haslanger presents 'Tis the Season to Celebrate the Joys of Caregiving
When we think of family caregiving, the burdens and potential burnout associated with caring for someone on an often daily basis come to mind. Caregivers do face many difficulties in their role: fatigue, isolation, depression and higher risk for many health conditions
Who moved my dentures presents Veggies Slow Mental Decline If You Eat Right Amount
For six years researchers at Rush University studied the nutritional intake and memory of more than 3,700 adults over 65
The Alzheimer's Reading Room presents Alzheimer's Caregiving and the Attitude of Gratitude
The Attitude of Gratitude is a hard concept to grasp from the perception of an exhausted caregiver.
Issues with Caregiving presents The Psychology of Caregiving—Give Yourself a Break
The psychology of caregiving can be incredibly complex and emotional. Even though you love and care about the person you are taking care of, it is highly probable that there will be a huge physical and emotional toll on your own life.
Alexander Peter presents Foam Roller Exercises - Everything You Needed to Know posted at Foam Roller - Exercises and Stretches you can do yourself., saying, "A tutorial with a number of exercises that you can perform with your foam roller on different parts of your body."
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