My mother-in-law has Alzheimer's and I have not heard that link being mentioned. It is in a lot of food products, but so are a lot of other things. The answer is that we do not know what causes Alzheimer's or ALS. My mother had ALS. Ask me which is worse and my answer is I am not sure. My mother was in pain, but her memory is intact. My mother-in-law is not in pain, but knows she is forgetting cherish memories.
by Better in Violet 4 years ago
I've written a few hubs on the same family of topics and I'd like to link them together using the Links capsule at the bottom of each hub. Is it considered bad practice to link between my own hubs? Is this something I can be penalized for by Google? Maybe I'm being paranoid, but I linked two of my...
by KJohnny Varghese 3 years ago
Is there a link between Love and Obedience ?Can we measure Love ? Can we fix the limits of obedience ? I have observed two important things. "Respect out of Love" and "Respect out of Fear". As ages role by fear files increase and love turns more commercially influenced. Often we...
by FaiqaU 6 years ago
What is the link between Porsche and Volkswagen?
by Anjili 6 years ago
Could there be a link between a child’s cognitive skills and a mother’s weight?
by Stacie L 6 years ago
National NewsPat Robertson: Divorce your Alzheimer's spouseThursday, September 15, 2011Religious broadcaster Pat Robertson recently told his "700 Club" viewers that divorcing a spouse with Alzheimer's disease is justifiable because the disease is a kind of death.Robertson was asked what...
by Shannon Henry 5 years ago
I am in the process of writing a novel about the way Alzheimer's affects the entire family and not just the patient. However, many responses I have received in from those trying to assist are from people such as grandchildren of the patient. I would appreciate hearing stories from...
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