Dementia

Occupational therapy in dementia

Occupational therapy, specifically designed to improve an individual patient's daily functioning and reduce the burden on the primary caregiver, has been shown to produce improvement lasting at least 3 months in patients with mild to moderate dementia.

Cranberry Juice For UTI: Fact or Theory?

Cranberry Juice
UTIs aka urinary tract infections aka bladder infections are one of the most common…

Essential Fatty Acids: What Are They and Why You Need Them

Essential fatty acids
In a time where tremendous focus is placed on losing weight and getting rid of unwanted…

About Eczema: Conventional Versus Natural Treatment

eczema treatment
Eczema is an inflammation of the skin frequently seen in association with allergic…

How to Properly Care for an Alzheimer’s Patient

Care for an Alzheimers Patient
Alzheimer’s disease is an illness that affects cognitive functioning when an abnormal…