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Tag Archives: Parkinson’s Disease

Primary category: Caregiving

Maintaining Control with Parkinson’s Disease Through Palliative Care

Editor’s Note: This week, we share some advice for caregivers of those living with Parkinson’s disease on how palliative care can help, from a post reprinted with permission from www.GetPalliativeCare.org. We encourage our readers to visit this site for more useful tips and insights on palliative care for people with … (read full article)

Categories: Caregiving, General
Primary category: Caregiving

Along the Caregiving Journey

In our first interview for our 2019 caregiving series, Real World Health Care spoke with Susan Reinhard, RN, PhD, FAAN, senior vice president and director of AARP’s Public Policy Institute and chief strategist, Center to Champion Nursing in America. We talked with Dr. Reinhard about the many challenges facing people … (read full article)

Categories: Caregiving, General
Primary category: Alzheimer's Disease

The Central Nervous System: A Brief Primer

The central nervous system (CNS) consists of the brain and the spinal cord. It sends and receives information from the peripheral nervous system—the vast network of nerves that feed into every tissue of the body. These signals enable voluntary and involuntary movement, and allow the brain to process and interpret … (read full article)