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Alzheimer’s disease and dementia

Often, people use the terms Alzheimer’s and dementia interchangeably, but there are differences between them. While Alzheimer’s is a specific type of dementia, dementia is used generally to describe a decline In cognitive function. Understanding the difference between the two and feeling empowered to address concerns with your provider can lead to positive outcomes.    What... Learn More about Alzheimer’s disease and dementia

Just breathe: Recovering your breath after COVID-19

COVID-19 is a puzzling virus. While some people escape with few to no symptoms, others develop a life-threatening infection. Those who survive a severe COVID-19 infection often report persistent complications. The most common lasting complications include shortness of breath, chronic cough, chest tightness, cognitive dysfunction and fatigue. As seen in the list above, the pulmonary system appears to... Learn More about Just breathe: Recovering your breath after COVID-19
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8 tips for better doctor visits

You have had that nagging back pain for several years now and mentioned it to your primary care physician. In the past, over-the-counter medications seemed to work, but lately it interferes with your golf game and ability to hike on vacation. You schedule an appointment to see your physician, hoping to get an MRI scan... Learn More about 8 tips for better doctor visits