One Family’s Lessons Learned From a Decade of Caregiving

[ad_1] Nick Clement, 78, spent the last 10 years caring for his wife, Lucy, who had a progressive dementia called

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What Can You Do to Lower Your Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease?

[ad_1] How can I prevent Alzheimer’s? Are there any treatments out there for people who already have it? “Those are

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The Importance of Friendship for Alzheimer’s Patients

[ad_1] Abbe Smerling and Judy Roeder, close friends for 30 years, raised their children, vacationed and celebrated holidays together. Abbe

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We Live in a New Age of Email Anxiety

[ad_1] They linger at the bottom of Meg Keene’s inbox in the urgent bold of the unread. “I think about

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Covid-19’s Lasting Effects on Mental Health—for Good and Bad

[ad_1] Julie Lythcott-Haims, author of “How to Raise an Adult” and “Your Turn: How to Be an Adult,” out in

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How Movies like ‘The Father’ Helped Me Understand My Mother’s Alzheimer’s

[ad_1] My mother was the reason I initially resisted “The Father.” The new film stars Anthony Hopkins as a man

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Giving Up Alcohol in the Era of Covid-19

[ad_1] Back in mid-March, as schools and businesses began to close and people headed home to hunker down, Amanda, a

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The Most—and Least—Soothing Paint Colors, According to Interior Design Pros

[ad_1] AS WE CLOSE in on a year of living claustrophobically, Americans continue to look for strategies that can quiet

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How Autism and Invention Are Connected

[ad_1] On the face of it, we shouldn’t expect any link between a neurological disability and one of the crowning

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Tired All the Time? Here Are New Ways to Recharge as the Pandemic Drags On

[ad_1] Looking yet again for an energy boost as the pandemic wears on? You’re not alone. For many, a deep

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