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Doll Therapy can provide satisfaction and comfort to people with dementia or Alzheimers. It provides them with the opportunity to nurture and satisfy an emotional need that wouldn’t be fulfilled otherwise.

Doll Therapy can provide satisfaction and comfort to people with dementia or Alzheimers. It provides them with the opportunity to nurture and satisfy an emotional need that wouldn’t be fulfilled otherwise.

It is not uncommon for seniors living in assisted-living facilities to lack mental stimulation and social contact.  Recreation Therapists often use one-on-one visits to respond to the needs of those who avoid social settings. There are many enjoyable games and activities that can keep minds and bodies strong and active.

It is not uncommon for seniors living in assisted-living facilities to lack mental stimulation and social contact. Recreation Therapists often use one-on-one visits to respond to the needs of those who avoid social settings. There are many enjoyable games and activities that can keep minds and bodies strong and active.

A shortage of Alzheimer's study volunteers is emerging, putting pressure on research clinics like Clinical Trials of Texas in San Antonio.

A shortage of Alzheimer's study volunteers is emerging, putting pressure on research clinics like Clinical Trials of Texas in San Antonio.

Can Exercise Reduce Alzheimer's Risk?: "In effect, the brains of physically active volunteers at high risk for Alzheimer’s disease looked just like the brains of people at much lower risk for the disease, said Stephen M. Rao, a professor at the Schey Center for Cognitive Neuroimaging at the Cleveland Clinic, who oversaw the study. Exercise appeared to have been protective. Meanwhile, the brains of sedentary people at high risk appeared to be slipping, structurally, toward dysfunction."

Can Exercise Reduce Alzheimer's Risk?: "In effect, the brains of physically active volunteers at high risk for Alzheimer’s disease looked just like the brains of people at much lower risk for the disease, said Stephen M. Rao, a professor at the Schey Center for Cognitive Neuroimaging at the Cleveland Clinic, who oversaw the study. Exercise appeared to have been protective. Meanwhile, the brains of sedentary people at high risk appeared to be slipping, structurally, toward dysfunction."

No matter what the age, skin cancer is a real threat. Take the precautions in this helpful infographic to heart. #SkinCancer #Safety

No matter what the age, skin cancer is a real threat. Take the precautions in this helpful infographic to heart. #SkinCancer #Safety

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