Dementia in seniors raises mortality risk from diabetes, heart disease, and smoking. Dementia is the progressive loss of cognitive function and memory, rapidly becoming a leading cause of death in the U.S. Heart disease and diabetes both affect blood vessels… Read More
Patients with dementia have a lower quality of life due to a lack of activity. For those living in long-term care homes, quality of life can be negatively impacted by a lack of involvement in activities. Additionally, caregivers and family… Read More
Researchers of Rush University Medical Center in Chicago have uncovered that individuals with dementia are unaware that their memory is fading. Additionally, this lack of awareness can begin to occur up to three-years prior to diagnosis.
Dementia is a condition… Read More