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Two Row Wampum After 400 Years
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First Native Tewaaraton Award Finalist
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Pacific Islander Heritage Month
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Native Approach to Dementia Emphasizes Human Spirit
July 23, 2012
David Maes plays the drum—a central part of a ceremony in which the healer enters the world of dementia...
Alzheimer Society of Canada: Elders Are Dismissing Early Signs of Dementia
January 21, 2012
Too many seniors are dismissing the early signs of dementia as "normal aging," according to the Alzheimer Society of Canada ...
Exercise May Reduce Alzheimer's Risk
January 19, 2012
Exercise as simple as walking the dog or jogging could minimize your risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease or delay its progression if it begins, according to a new study from The...
A Safe Haven in the Carolinas: Eastern Band of Cherokees Create Memory-Care Unit
December 18, 2011
For the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians , located in Cherokee, North Carolina, the soon-to-open memory-care unit of the Tsali Care nursing facility will meet a crucial need, provi...
Holistic Healing: Addressing the Need for ‘Culturally Competent’ Dementia Assessment and Care
December 16, 2011
When health staff use aboriginal language to speak to First Nations persons with dementia, the family caregiver generally notices a difference in the patient’s demeanor...
A Deadly Duo: New Research Shows Two of the Leading Killers in America Might be Linked
December 14, 2011
"We know there’s a link,” says Heather Snyder, senior associate director of Medical and Scientific Relations for the Alzheimer’s Association ...
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