How to Improve Your Memory

As we get older, our cognitive skills decline. However, there are ways that you can help improve your memory, keeping your brain healthy… It’s never too late to begin improving your memory and there are many activities you can incorporate into your daily life, which can help to improve your cognitive skills. Here are four…

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How to Stay Independent After a Mesothelioma Diagnosis

By Michelle Whitmer from the Mesothelioma Center. Most people with cancer eventually experience health changes that limit personal independence. Changes in health may develop slowly or suddenly, and it’s difficult to cope with either way. Not having the energy required to make meals and maintain personal hygiene can make someone’s world feel turned upside down.…

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Explaining Dementia to a Child

By Jessica Shepherd In writing this article I have been reflecting upon the importance of heart to heart communication in promoting positive mental health in children, and indeed people of any age. It isn’t a new proposal, most understand the logic that it feels better when we share our struggles, but sometimes taking that first step to…

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Leaving hospital after a stroke

On average 150,000 people a year suffer from a stroke Strokes often happen suddenly and can turn people’s lives completely on their head. To help, we’ve put together a few tips and a bit of info on what to expect when leaving hospital after a stroke… The road to recovery You won’t be discharged from…

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