By Randi Jensen (pictured above) I had no idea when I married my husband 33 years ago that he had a secret that even he was not aware of. He never spoke of or gave any hint that he had endured life-changing physical injuries while fighting one of the most unpopular wars this country has ever fought. We’d been married 20 years when the sequelae … Continue reading The advice I am so grateful for
By Noah Hummel My name is Noah Hummel. I’m a senior at Peninsula High School and a member of HOSA – Future Health Professionals, formerly known as Health Occupations Students of America. HOSA is a national career and technical student organization endorsed by the U.S. Department of Education. I’m very interested in the medical field and wanted to do a fundraiser for the Alzheimer’s Association. My … Continue reading Alzheimer’s – Why Finding a Cure is Important to Me
Por Dr. Anne Lipton El otoño nos trae colores resplandecientes, el Día de la Acción de Gracias y el inicio de temperaturas mas bajas. Pareciera que no hay un mejor momento para iniciar algo nuevo (o para continuarlo,) con tres hábitos que han demostrado mantener el corazón (y el cerebro) saludable. Estas prácticas, no tan solamente pueden ayudar a las personas con la pérdida de … Continue reading Disfrute de hábitos saludables
Joe liked Catholic services, music and any activity
that involved food. He was a lovely gentleman
who lived at a facility where I worked as the Activity Director. Continue reading Is it Dementia or Hearing Loss?