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Poem: As She Sits

Poem: As She Sits

As She Sits by Stacey Cirillo As she sits & stares at the clock. Wishing & wanting for someone to stop. Knowing her family soon will be there. The ones who truely love her & care. As seconds turn to minutes & minutes to hours. She thinks of all their magical powers. For her their […]

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Poem: A Very Good Day

Poem: A Very Good Day

A Very Good Day by Tim Brennan Fighting our battles with confusion each day, Routines are established to keep befuddlement at bay. We watch for stress and avoid mental fatigue, harmonious striving to make mind and body agree. We can still make decisions and want to interact With those called normal; but it’s a balancing […]

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Lyrics: While He Still Knows Who I Am

Lyrics: While He Still Knows Who I Am

 “While He Still Knows Who I Am” By Kenny Chesney Drive a Chevy cuz he drove Chevys, Like him I’m a baseball fan. I’m going back to see him While he still knows Who I am. Mama says he can’t remember. Daddy thinks he still can. I’m going back to see him While he still […]

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Quote: High Blood Pressure and Alzheimer’s

Quote: High Blood Pressure and Alzheimer’s

“As far as protecting yourself against Alzheimer’s disease, well, it turns out that fish oil has the effect of reducing your risk for Alzheimer’s disease. You should also keep your blood pressure down, because chronic high blood pressure is the biggest single risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease.” – Gregory Petsko

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