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Do brain games work?
By Walter Boot | September 22nd, 2021

Are Brain Games Mostly Nonsense?

We know that brains benefit from being put to work. Increasingly, researchers are looking at gaming and brain health. Some games are designed specifically…

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Andrea Couture

Andrea Couture is the author of “Embracing What Remains,” a memoir about balancing motherhood and daughterhood following her father’s Alzheimer’s diagnosis.  When my father,…

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Lisa Marshall

April 23, 2021 Lisa Marshall is a caregiver to her husband Peter, who was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s.  Lying on our bed, I sunk…

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Marlene Jaxon

February 8, 2021 Marlene Jaxon was a caregiver to her mother with Alzheimer’s and the author of “Jinx!: Laughing in the Face of Alzheimer’s.” …

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Dr. Renée Harmon

February 1, 2021 Dr. Renée Harmon was a caregiver to her husband and the author of “Surfing the Waves of Alzheimer’s.”  Loving and caring…

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