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Living With Diabetes: Knowing Your Treatment Options

by Shannon, January 28, 2019

As we continue to delve into our Diabetes series, we recognize that you may be here because you have been diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes or even pre-diabetes. Likely, you may be...

Recognizing Diabetes: The Symptoms and Signs

by Shannon, January 21, 2019

More than 100 million Americans are currently diagnosed with a form of diabetes, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. However, the disease could be affecting many more...

Diabetes Defined: How Does this Illness Work?

by Shannon, January 14, 2019

Diabetes is not an unfamiliar term. In fact, it is commonly known as an illness that is affected by how you eat and maintain weight. However, there is so much more to this disease that most people...

Dementia Testing: What to Expect

by Shannon, January 07, 2019

If you suspect that you or your loved one may have dementia, it can be a scary journey while navigating doctor appointments and testing. While there is not a definitive test that confirms a...

Navigating Communication Barriers with Dementia

by Shannon, December 31, 2018

As part of our series on dementia, we have focused on what the disease looks like, how to find support and dementia treatments. One key challenge for both dementia patients and loved ones is...

Dementia Treatments: Knowing Your Options

by Shannon, December 25, 2018

Living with a diagnosis of dementia can be challenging for both patients and their family members. When faced with the disease, though, it’s important to know your dementia treatment options....

The Inevitable Changes: What to Expect When Caring for a Loved One With Dementia

by Shannon, December 17, 2018

When a loved one receives a diagnosis of dementia, it is common to wonder what changes are inevitable. While dementia has several stages and the disease affects individuals in a variety of ways,...

Coping With Dementia: Finding Support as a Caregiver or Family Member

by Shannon, December 11, 2018

Dementia is a condition that is difficult for both the patient and family members to cope with on a daily basis. As a result, it’s crucial to understand not only how the disease works and how you...