Monthly Archives: February 2012

ADHD Tips for Parents

Raising a child with ADHD can be challenging.  Every child is unique, and what works for one may not work for another.  Mayo has compiled a list of suggestions to help parents work with their child with ADHD.  Maybe one … Continue reading

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CPAP Equipment Replacement Schedule

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Alzheimer’s Education

There is education available for persons with Alzheimer’s and their friends and family members.  To find educational programs that are available through the Alzheimer’s Assocation…click here.

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Seizure Safety

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Afraid and Confused: Understanding Childhood Parasomnias

Many children have strange behaviors during sleep.  Many of these are common and decrease with age.  Here is an overview of some common parasomnias…read more

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About Peripheral Neuropathy: Symptoms and Signs

There are some common signs to be aware of even though every person can have a unique experience with peripheral neuropathy. Along with some numbness and tingling the “stocking and glove” sensation can be one of the first symptoms to … Continue reading

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Sleep apnea linked to silent strokes

Did you know that 50% of people who have had a stroke have sleep apnea?…read more

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Top Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s

Looking for more information regarding the warning signs of Alzheimer’s disease…learn here

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Skin cancer drug reverses Alzheimer’s in mice

Improvements in mice’s memory was discovered in a research study on skin cancer…read more

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Dystonia

Dystonia is one of the most common movement disorders. Dystonia can be as common as “writer’s cramp” or “musician’s cramp” or it can affect other parts of the body and muscle groups…read more.

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