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Mental Faculties Instruction Online Casino Games - Improve Your Mental Faculties Ability

17th June 2011
At some position of time all of us need to overhaul our brain to own a balanced intellect. The mind is like a complex machine and to help keep in hale and hearty you must hold it occupied with constructive exercise. Scientific studies reveal that the ment... Read >
Author: Tawannaer Fitsgeralder

Green tea protects against Alzheimer's disease, dementia and cancer

07th February 2011
Green tea could protect against Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia, according to a new study. It may also play a big role in shielding you from cancer. And green tea’s effect may be stronger than we thought. The study, published in "Phytom... Read >
Author: DoctorsHealthPress

Fatal Familial Insomnia: A Bizarre Death Sentence

13th October 2010
Not even the actual Guinness World Records for voluntary sleep deprivation even compares with what fatal familial insomnia afflicted people suffer from. Fatal familial insomnia illustrates precisely how it is to end up being exceptionally sleep deprived. ... Read >
Author: Sally Stephenson

Duties of Home Care Providers

14th September 2010
Many people do not understand what home care providers actually do. There are many different types of home care that offer different services related to medical care and supportive services to patients or clients who have limited abilities because of illn... Read >
Author: Tacit Logic

Home Remedies for Memory Enhancement and Natural Treatment

19th July 2010
Natural memory enhancers are certainly a popular way to improve memory function for various reasons. One, they do not require you to break the bank. Two, they are easy lifestyle modifications you can incorporate into everyday living activities. Lastly, th... Read >
Author: harry

Useful tips for psychiatric nurses to improve their communication skills

09th June 2010
One of the most essential tools that will be of use to a psychiatric nurse in handling a patient with mental disorders such as schizophrenia, dementia, depression etc., is therapeutic communication. Without effective communication and cooperation of the... Read >
Author: starfish

Home Care - Elder Care Safety Issues and Concerns

09th June 2010
Home Care - Elder Care Safety Issues and Concerns Caring for the elderly at home can provide them with close contact with family, and a more fulfilling way to spend their time than at alternatives such as Home Care. If you are planning to provide home ... Read >
Author: newhairmd

Music Therapy for Adults with Disabilities

08th June 2010
Research has proven that music therapy provides a wealth of benefits for people in all age groups and with varying health challenges, from children with autism, to cancer patients to those who suffer strokes, to adults with developmental disabilities, and... Read >
Author: David

Light Bulbs for Senior Citizens

19th May 2010
Seeing the Light: Why Lighting Is Important for Senior Citizens As people age, they consider home improvements that will make their living spaces both safer and more enjoyable. Some senior citizens choose to downgrade to a smaller and easy-to-manage ho... Read >
Author: Wizard

Advantage of using Adult Diapers

07th May 2010
Nowadays, there is more demand for adult diapers than children, because of regular health issues face by aged people. Incontinence is faced by many adult and old age people. Incontinence program manages bladder control problems can lead to many problem su... Read >
Author: shoppingrepublic

How to Treat Memory Loss with Natural Remedies

30th April 2010
The brain stores different types of in order in different places. Short-term memory involves recalling details that have been catalogued seconds or minutes before. Examples include recite a phone number, recognizing a new face, or repeating a list of 3 ob... Read >
Author: Dr. Mital John

Incontinence Dogs Causes

14th April 2010
Sifting through the possible Incontinence dogs causes is a task that will face the majority of pet owners at least once in their lifetime. For many it will be an emotional time, fearing age related dementia or some other type of incurable illness which wi... Read >
Author: Rob Hawkinis

Brain Games for Seniors

27th January 2010
It's important for seniors to invest in mental fitness. Playing brain games can help seniors stay mentally sharp and on top of their game; it can even help ward off dementia. There are several programs that can help people remember more and focus better. ... Read >
Author: Susan R. Love

Learn the Truth About Nursing Home Neglect and Elder Abuse

14th October 2009
It's a hard decision to entrust a loved one to the care of strangers. Your loved one might be scared or confused when placed in unfamiliar surroundings. They might suffer from dementia, angry outbursts, or the inability to speak. For families of elders wh... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Herpes Simplex and Lower Back Pain

07th September 2009
What I am about to tell you will scare you into next year, especially if you have been diagnosed with herpes simplex? I want you to continue reading however before jumping to any conclusions. If you feel threatened at anytime, seek medical advice. Herpes ... Read >
Author: Richie Lindsay
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