During the time that her career was just beginning to flourish, Loni Anderson was balancing her work on the television show “WKRP in Cincinnati” with caring for her mother who was suffering from COPD. This was not long after her father had passed away following his own battle with the disease. Loni has long wanted to share her... Read more
Many studies have shown that stress, and anxiety which is often at the core of our stress, can lead to an increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease. Now, a recent study has shown... Read more
Regardless of awareness months and educational outreach promotions the fact that Alzheimer's disease is a terminal condition seems to be a difficult concept for the public to grasp.
The recent Read more
Since over 5 million people in the U.S. live with Alzheimer’s disease, and every 67 seconds another person is diagnosed, it’s fitting that we as a nation increase awareness through all possible channels. This disease must be stopped or it will eventually destroy not only our families but our health care system and our... Read more
Most of us are aware of service dogs, especially guide dogs for people with sight impairment, because we see them around our communities. These dogs are not pets. They are working animals and are allowed wherever the person they serve goes.
Increasingly, other service dogs are being trained to help people with impaired hearing,... Read more