Four points to consider when making caregiving decisions: How to make healthy choices for your loved one, and yourself By Eileen Silverberg Oftentimes, many of us, when making decisions as caregivers, tend to leave out a vital factor – ourselves. Caregiving for our loved ones with dementia or Alzheimer’s makes our role as the decision maker even more emotionally demanding. As the disease progresses, more decisions seem to pile up. As time goes by, we forget that … [Read more...] about Four points to consider when making caregiving decisions
NHF World Report Bamboozled by Bamboo?If it Isn’t in Your Cup, it Should BeBy Katherine A. Carroll, NHF Executive Director, NTP Considered an invasive species by some, a Panda’s favorite treat, “the King of Vegetables” with significant, multi-faceted health and practical-use benefits, bamboo needn’t bamboozle or perplex you. Prolifically abundant, it serves us on so many levels. From supporting hair, nails, and building collagen, to rejuvenating skin and joints, to framing … [Read more...] about NHF World Report Bamboozled by Bamboo?