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The Top Preventive Measures to Avoid Hypothermia

The cold temperature, heavy rain, and strong wind during the winter can cool your skin and pull heat away from your body. This means working or playing outside in the cold puts you at risk for conditions like frostbite and hypothermia. At...

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The Common Symptoms of Hypothermia

Hypothermia is a condition that occurs when the body temperature falls below 95°F (35°C). This medical emergency is usually caused by prolonged exposure to cold weather. When left untreated, hypothermia can lead to heart complications and...

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The Key Differences Between FTD and Alzheimer’s

Like Alzheimer’s disease, frontotemporal dementia (FTD) may potentially cause brain atrophy, which affects the brain function and behavior of a person. Eventually, people afflicted by these diseases will need support with their everyday...

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What Are Frontotemporal Disorders?

Frontotemporal disorders are the outcome of damage to the frontal and temporal lobes of a person’s brain. Over time, this disorder may cause changes in personality, social behavior, and loss of language skills. It may also result in...

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Tips to Keep Seniors Healthy During the Holidays

Staying healthy at this time of year can be difficult. There’s always the tendency to over-indulge with all the decadent meals and grow our waistline. But the same can’t be said for our senior loved ones who already face many health...

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Bring Cheers to Seniors This Holiday Season

The holiday season is easily the merriest time of the year. Everyone gathers to enjoy and celebrate. However, amidst all the gleeful celebration are seniors spending their holidays in lonely isolation due to poor health. Fortunately, there are...

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