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Helpful Tips on Sundowning


Sundowning is one of the most known associates of Alzheimer’s and other dementias. It is a state of increased agitation and negative behaviors that happen later in the day through the evening hours. Many used to believe that the lowering of light and shorter days caused sundowning, but recent researched has proven to be different....
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An Investor’s Checklist That Is Not a New Year’s Cliché


2014 is so new that “2013” is still being written on checks, so naturally the air remains filled with dubious New Year’s resolutions. One exception for investors is the American Savings Education Council's (ASEC) matter-of-fact checklist on saving for retirement and other financial concerns you might not be spending enough time thinking about. Here are...
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Driving and Distractions


You might have sat behind her at a stoplight, a college student whose morning trip to campus goes something like this: She’s juggling a cup of steaming cappuccino in one hand and a muffin in the other, alternately fixing her hair and dabbing on makeup. As the light changes, she’s flipping radio stations to catch...
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