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10 Ways to Say Thank You to a Caregiver on Thanksgiving

“I can no other answer make, but, thanks, and thanks.” William Shakespeare penned those words hundreds of years ago, but for families and friends of caregivers, they still ring true today. Caregivers selflessly give of their time, their money, and their heart and ask for little or nothing in return. Take some time this Thanksgiving to let a caregiver in your life know they are loved and appreciated. Appreciation for Caregivers Caregiving can seem like a thankless job. The job is 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year. There are no sick days or paid time off. There is no benefits package. There is no pay check at all and, in...
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Latest Gene Variant Linked to Alzheimer's

The largest study ever conducted on human memory has identified a gene variant that plays a crucial role in memory. Researchers hope that by learning more about this gene variant they can understand more about Alzheimer’s prevention and possibly develop effective treatment methods that would target the gene.  Genome Study Reveals New Gene Associated with Memory An international research team has recently identified a genetic variant that allows some people to have better memory. Researchers from the largest study ever of human memory observed more than 14,000 seniors and found that those who had the gene variant performed better on memory tests. The gene affected is known as FASTKD2 and researchers found that people who had a...
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