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Caregiving for a loved one with bladder cancer can strengthen your connection to each other, adding a new dimension to your relationship.
Care partner implies that the person who is living with the disease and the person providing care are equal and that is as it should be. But this isn’t always the case, so when are you a caregiver, and when are you a care partner?
Feel like you’re letting everyone down? Have you become isolated? Carol outlines these ways and more that might signify you’re depressed as a caregiver.
Hobbies, journaling, exercise, can all help when handling anxiety as a caregiver. Our caregiving expert shares these and more tips.
While you’re caring for others with chronic conditions, you’re not immune to one yourself. Some days you are forced to push through caring for others, while you yourself are suffering.
Caregivers are human, too, and they need a little help once in while to make sure they don't get burned out. Here's how to lighten their load.
It’s common for caregivers to feel stressed about constant changes as well as numbed by the sameness of needing to focus on the care of a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia.
Smartphones and tablets have become an integral part of modern life, and they can even help caregivers and their loved ones living with dementia.
HealthCentral talks to "e-Patient Dave," an advocate who empowers people with medical conditions to become active in their healthcare.
It’s a hard reality to face, but reality it is. Your parents are aging. They are on their way to “being old.”