Archive for August, 2009

Answers to questions often asked about Alzheimer’s

Some 5.3 million Americans develop Alzheimer’s disease, accounting for between 50 percent and 70 percent of all cases of dementia — a term covering various causes of loss of memory and intellectual functioning. Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease that is eventually fatal, making it the seventh-leading cause of death in the United States. The biggest-known [...]

The Skinny On Elliptical Machines

Physical exercise is one element that has absolutely been proven to improve our brain functioning.  This is due to the increased blood flow to the brain, giving it the nutrients needed for optimal performance. Outdoor hiking is great when the weather is wonderful.  And to make it easy to be consistent with exercise, we need [...]

Fre.e Alzheimer’s Gathering Call – Up Your Energy Level Now!

What a great way for women who have a parent with Alzheimer’s to connect, learn, and support each other! It’s Monday evening at 6:30 Pacific Time/ 9:30 Eastern Time on a telephone bridge line where we can all talk together. Our focus for August is   “Up Your Energy Level Now!” Expect to learn ways to [...]

21 Ways a Blog Can Make Your Business Stronger

As a mother of twin daughters myself ,  I am definitely joining in as  Bea Fields celebrates her twin daughters having their 21st birthday this Sunday! She created an article,   “21 Ways a Blog Can Make Your Business Stronger”  and I thought it was worthwhile to share it with you. Bea teaches a course on [...]

Family Challenges Wreaking Havoc on Your Body?

When we are in the midst of family challenges and our whole being needs it most, we are often inclined to bypass the things that can support us in being fully engaged in our lives. How often have you decided that there just isn’t time for even a short workout, walk,  or run? Or there [...]

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