Adapting Your Home To Care For A Loved One With Alzheimer's

Posted on: 6 November 2014

Alzheimer's disease is a brain disorder that affects more than 5 million Americans. According to a report by the Alzheimer's Association, in 2010 nearly 15 million unpaid caregivers (primarily family members) provided 17 billion hours of unpaid care to Alzheimer's patients, many of whom were being watched over in the homes of family members. If you are one of those in-home family caregivers, one of your top concerns is the safety of your loved one, who may suffer from memory loss, confusion with time or place, and a decrease in judgment making skills, among other things.
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3 Ways To Lose Weight Quickly

Posted on: 5 November 2014

Whether you have a special event coming up or you're simply just tired of being overweight, there are many reasons that you might want to shed unwanted pounds. Fortunately, there are a number of different ways that you can lose weight quickly and easily.  1. Start Counting Calories Even when you're trying to be careful about what you eat, it can be all too easy to end up consuming too many calories.
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The Surprising Dangers Of A Pedicure & What You Can Do About It

Posted on: 3 November 2014

Pedicures are supposed to be relaxing and pampering, but they can also carry hidden dangers. Getting fungal, bacterial or viral infections from a pedicure is not only possible, but is fairly common. Here is some information on how these infections happen, what you can do about it and how to prevent them from happening again. Causes & Types Of Infection If salon instruments aren't properly sanitized, they can transmit bacteria from one client to another.
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Three Things To Remember When Designing A Cemetery Monument

Posted on: 29 October 2014

When a loved one passes away, it's natural to think about ways you can create a lasting memory of that person. And if you've decided to have a cemetery burial, creating and installing a unique headstone or monument is the most permanent way to honor the deceased. Requirements for cemetery monuments may vary between cemeteries. Your funeral home director can often answer questions and help you understand what to consider when creating a headstone or monument for your loved one.
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