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national sleep comfort month

November is National Sleep Comfort Month. While it probably was dreamed up as a promotion to get you to buy a new mattress, there are good reasons to look at how you sleep. If you aren’t getting enough quality sleep, … Continue reading

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health maintenance

We all know that it’s important to take good care of ourselves, which includes routine medical tests and follow-up visits. You can lose track of inoculation dates and test results if you don’t have a place to store that information. … Continue reading

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national memory screening day

Everyone forgets things. Overscheduling, disorganization and clutter all contribute to confusion and forgetfulness, as does aging. Tuesday, November 19 is National Memory Screening Day, created by The Alzheimer’s Association to encourage people to seek information about memory decline and to … Continue reading

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forget stuff? it’s probably not dementia

Yesterday was National Memory Screening Day, sponsored by the Alzheimers Association of America. No, I didn’t forget; I had the wrong day marked on my calendar. Free, confidential memory screenings are available around the country, with the purpose of detecting … Continue reading

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