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It’s Time to Support Young Caregivers

While Alzheimer’s disease is most common among folks 65 and older, its effects are being felt more and more by young people. In fact, one in six millennial caregivers—at an average age of 27—is caring for someone living with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia, according to a recent report.

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Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease 101: The Difference and Why it Matters

Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease are often spoken about interchangeably, but they are not the same condition. Understand the differences.

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Top 10 Chronic Conditions in Adults 65+ and What You Can do to Prevent or Manage Them

80% of adults 65+ have one or more chronic diseases. Learn what the top ten conditions are now & how you or a loved one can prevent or manage them.

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For Caregivers: Don’t Burn Out, Find a Respite

Whether we realize it or not, many of us are caregivers. And on top of caring for our older loved one, most of us also have jobs, kids and other responsibilities. Learn how to incorporate respite into your lifestyle in order to avoid burnout, which can impact both your health, as well as the quality of care you provide.

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