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National plan aims to bolster fight against Alzheimer’s

Memory-loss
Published: January 19, 2012
  • Author: Patrick J. Skerrett,

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Comments

Tesfamichael Bereket
March 19, 2012

Thank you for your free post.

Repressive memories
February 05, 2012

Feedback is a tool that many people overlook or misjudge. Something that many people need to re-evaulate and see the potential that lies with the opportunity. We are not sitting here saying that sitting down and listening to the feedback is going to be easy, and on the other side of this often times giving the feedback is never fun, but the bottom line is: if the opportunity is there, utilize it.

January 25, 2012

COPD can be a wrongly diagnosed disease. The reason might be it is actually a combination of a couple of significant lung ailments, continual bronchitis as well as emphysema.

Anne
January 24, 2012

Oh how I wish early signs of alzheimer’s were here now. As it runs in my family I’m terrified every time I forget something as it’s increasingly often and I’m only 65. I’m even starting a free content blog, so that I can progress to earn one day and save to pay for future care. Despite our National Health service here in the UK with its ageing population, long term care is mostly provided by the private sector. You pay for less than you get as management are profit driven. Promises made 50+ years ago by the Government cannot be kept, due to indigenous demographics and dare I say – net immigration. So existing creaky systems have to keep on going as there aren’t enough people paying tax – debateable.

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