Dementia and Air Filtration?

January 4, 2019

Camfil US a leader in clean air solutions helps educate on the link between dementia and air quality.

Home Care Provider Seniors Helping Seniors Co-Sponsors Alzheimer’s Fundraiser

June 9, 2012

Home care leader Seniors Helping Seniors co-sponsors an Alzheimer’s Fundraiser, community caregivers raise $70,000.

Young Dementia Sufferer Writes About Living “Through the Eyes of the Fog”

April 14, 2010

Port St. Lucie, Florida “Through the Eyes of the Fog” is a snapshot essay of living with Alzheimer’s Disease/Frontal Lobe Dementia by one who knows. Tracy Mobley, diagnosed 7 years ago, at age 38, with Early Onset Alzheimer’s Disease/Frontal Lobe Dementia continues her guest blogging series on with the April blog’s brutally honest assessment […]

Dispelling the myths of Alzheimer’s Disease–It’s not just a grandparent’s disease.

March 16, 2010

Port St. Lucie, Florida -Being aware of 4 simple facts about Alzheimer’s Disease can extend the quality of life for patients and caregivers. The Alzheimer Spouse website, wants to raise awareness of the disease by dispelling the myths of Alzheimer’s Disease. Physicians and the public need to know: • Alzheimer’s Disease is NOT normal […]

Student uses music to comfort dying patients

January 2, 2010

A student is using music to comfort patients who are nearing the end of their lives. Alabama ( – A University of Alabama student is using music therapy to comfort dying patients. As reported by HealthDay News, Sarah Pitts, who is majoring in music therapy at the University of Alabama, plays guitar and sings for […]

Oral hygiene linked to thinking skills

November 16, 2009

A new study suggests oral care may be linked to cognitive skills. New York ( – A new study suggests practicing good oral hygiene may help the aging brain. As reported by Reuters, the study by Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York, proposes a possible link between gum disease and mental function. […]

Researchers Make Alzheimer’s Breakthrough

September 9, 2009

Scientists find new links to genes that may be beneficial in better understanding Alzheimer’s and dementia. Press Release Service – Wired PR News – Scientists have reportedly found three genes in addition to APOE4 that are links to Alzheimer’s, which may contribute to better understanding of and treatment for the disease. As reported by Reuters, […]

Footwear for Those with Dementia Disease

June 13, 2009

Companies are teaming up to create a shoe with a built in GPS tracking device. Wired PR News – The development of a unique type of shoe is in the works, which will benefit those with dementia diseases and their families. As reported by AFP, technology company GTX Corp. and shoe manufacturer Aetrex Worldwide plan […]

Abnormal Heartbeat Connected to Dementia Disease

May 18, 2009

A new study suggests a link exists between irregular heartbeat and Alzheimer’s Disease. Wired PR News – A new study finds that irregular heartbeat may be tied to the development of Alzheimer’s Disease. As reported by Health Day News, a study conducted on 37,000 individuals showed there to be a relationship between atrial fibrillation, an […]

22 Dogs Taken From Car

February 10, 2009

Numerous dogs were removed from a car after being found with a woman. Wired PR – The SPCA removed 22 small dogs from a car after receiving a call about the animals from an area neighbor. As reported by CBS 11 News, the dogs were found in a car parked on a dirt road […]

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