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What are the Symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease?

It’s common for many older adults to experience “senior moments.” They have memory lapses, misplace things or forget something they just witnessed. They also may forget the right word for a common object or have trouble performing everyday tasks. The normal process of aging is typically the culprit for “senior moments,” but sometimes there may be something...

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Truffled Potato Croquettes: 5 Easy Steps

We’ve never met a potato we didn’t like. Boiled, fried, mashed – you name it and we’ll eat it. If you’re craving more potato varieties to add to your weekly dinners, the chefs at the JCHC senior communities have put together a simple recipe for truffled potato croquettes. Not only is this recipe delicious, but it can also be completed...

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How to Combat the “Winter Blues” in Seniors

Is your loved one starting to feel sad after all of the holiday excitement? It’s normal to feel a little “blue” after the holidays pass, but it’s important to distinguish between a quick let down and Seasonal Affective Disorder, commonly referred to as SAD. For those who may not be familiar, Seasonal Affective Disorder is a form of depression that occurs during...

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