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Meet The Whites: and Understand the Impact of Alzheimer’s

“How could you have forgotten Jimmy’s birthday, Mom? He is your first grandchild!” 

Over the past year, Sarah had noticed the memory of her 68-year-old mother, Martha, declining. It started as simply misplacing household items, forgetting about special dates, and missing appointments. Sarah just assumed forgetfulness was a part of the normal aging process.

Sarah soon realized her mother’s frequent forgetfulness wasn’t normal when Martha inadvertently started a small kitchen fire at her house.… Continue reading

Meet the Lees; His Story Might Just Save Your Life

Last winter, 67-year-old Michael Lee went to his doctor for his annual check-up.  He hadn’t been for five years, at which time he was at least 25 pounds lighter.  Michael had intended to walk and stretch daily.  He really wanted to start riding his bike again.  His intentions were good.

But, the months and years raced by.  And as time passed, the pounds snuck their way on to his frame.… Continue reading

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