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The illness from a more human point of view.
The illness from a more human point of view.

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#ARTHRITIS
Women who have already gone through menopause, are not only more prone to developing #osteoporosis, they are also two or three times more likely to end up developing arthritis. Find out why here.

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#ALZHEIMERS
Do you know how to react to the changes in behavior that are common in a person living with Alzheimer's? We want to help you to do it.

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As with many other chronic illnesses arthritis is well-known for the pain and discomfort it causes. In the fight against it, these are the most effective drugs.

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#DEPRESSION
Living with someone with depression can be a difficult experience. Do you want to improve your relationship? Continue reading this.

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#ALZHEIMERS
If you want to minimize the risk of a person with Alzheimer's getting lost or wandering into a dangerous situation, a GPS, Bluetooth or radio frequency tracking bracelet might be just the thing for you.

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#DIABETES
If you have diabetes, strict adherence to the shopping list is the only way to make sure your house is stocked with the foods your body needs rather than things that will tempt you to stray.

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How are corticosteroids used in today’s treatments of arthritis? And do patients suffer from side effects? Read our newest article to find out more:

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Do you have the feeling you are trapped inside a black hole at times without being able to escape from it? There is a solution to it. Our psychologist Marta Mero explains what to do in such a situation:

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#ALZHEIMERS
At an advanced stage, Alzheimer’s can become a sensitive issue when it comes to making sure the patient eats healthy. What, when and how should a person with Alzheimer’s eat? Find out more in our Alzheimer’s magazine: 
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