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Archive for April, 2013

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Eczema Can Be Controlled

This week Disability Living is excited to be blogging about skin conditions and their treatments. We understand that millions of individuals deal with skin conditions on a day-to-day basis, and those skin maladies can make them miserable if left untreated.

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Preparing to Discuss Memory Loss with a Doctor

Disability Living has devoted this week’s blog topic to memory loss and how it affects adults and children. Children’s memory loss issues (such as short term memory loss due to ADHD or learning disabilities) can be devastating to academic development.

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How Teachers Can Help Students with Short Term Memory Issues

This week the Disability Living blog has been writing about memory loss. Memory loss is a disconcerting condition that affects more people than you might think. Disability Living is committed to hosting conversations that benefit the entire disability community of

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How Does Disability Affect a Child’s Memory?

Did you know that disability can negatively affect a child’s ability to remember information and events? Disability Living has devoted this week to blogging about memory loss and how it affects the disability community of Canada. Children make up a

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What Causes Short Term Memory Loss in Children?

Did you know that children can experience short term memory loss? Most people associate memory loss of any kind with the elderly, but kids sometimes struggle with impaired memory function. Disability Living is excited to be blogging this week about

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Poor Concentration: A Mild Form of Memory Loss

Did you know that some individuals believe poor concentration is a mild form of memory loss? Memory loss is Disability Living’s topic of conversation this week, and for good reason — many individuals struggle with memory loss on a day-to-day

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Brain Exercises to Increase Memory Health

Did you know that there are different exercises you can engage in to increase the health of your brain and the quality of your memory? It’s true. Since a healthy memory is such a vital part of a happy life,

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What Is Mild Cognitive Impairment?

Have you ever heard of mild cognitive impairment? Mild cognitive impairment is a form of memory loss that is serious, but not as severe as Alzheimer’s/dementia-induced memory loss. Still, mild cognitive impairment can seriously impede on one’s daily life, therefore

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What Is Amnesia?

Amnesia is a rare medical condition that most people are aware of but few actually understand. This week Disability Living is blogging about a very important topic — memory loss. Memory loss affects thousands of people in North America. Amnesia

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