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Cancer diagnosis: 11 tips for coping

To face any difficult time in your life, you need effective coping strategies. These tips may help you deal with your cancer diagnosis.

Alzheimer's and memories: Use mementos as cues

A memory box filled with photos, letters and other mementos might help a loved one with Alzheimer's remember the past.

Older drivers: 7 tips for driver safety

Follow these simple steps to steer clear of driving risks that may develop as you age.

Alzheimer's and dementia: Caregiver depression

Learn about the risk of depression linked to dementia caregiving and strategies for self-care.

Terminal illness: Supporting a terminally ill loved one

Understand how to support a loved one who is dying.

Your secret weapon during cancer treatment? Exercise!

Don't stop moving. Research confirms that exercising can help you not just survive but thrive during and after cancer.

Influenza (flu)

Learn more about the symptoms, causes and prevention of this potentially fatal viral infection that attacks the respiratory system.

Transient ischemic attack (TIA)

This typically short bout of stroke-like symptoms doesn't cause permanent damage — but may serve as a warning sign of a future stroke.

Axona: Medical food to treat Alzheimer's

Axona — Can a supplement treat Alzheimer's disease?

Colon cancer screening: At what age can you stop?

Some groups recommend people over 75 may consider stopping colon cancer screening. Not everyone agrees. Learn about your colon cancer screening options.

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