Tag Archives: Archives of Internal Medicine

End-of-Life Caregiving Offers Rewards Despite Demands

More than two thirds of caregivers reported personal benefits. Friends and family who care for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or another fatal illness find end-of-life care rewarding… Continue reading

Treatment Steps May Ease Aggression in Nursing Home Residents

Depression, delusions, hallucinations, and constipation may all cause aggression in seniors with dementia. Continue reading

A Healthy Weight May Cut Alzheimer’s Risk

Older men who maintain a healthy weight are least likely to develop dementia. Continue reading

Excess Pounds May Boost Alzheimer’s Risk

Need another reason to keep your weight down? In a new study, obesity in older women was linked to Alzheimer’s. Continue reading