Music Therapy Offers an End-of-Life Grace Note

Music therapy is becoming more common in nursing homes and hospices, where it has been shown to improve a patient ’ s quality of life.
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(Natural News) While Alzheimer’s disease cannot be cured, it can be prevented through proper nutrition. An article in Natural Health 365 states that one of the natural ways to avoid this and other forms of dementia is to increase your intake of nicotinamide riboside. This is a formulation of vitamin B3, which helps produce and...
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The parents of a 6-year-old boy who suffers from a devastating disorder that's likened to 'childhood Alzheimer's,' have started a campaign to save their son.
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