Book Lounge – 100 Simple Things You Can Do to Prevent Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s is a frightening disease which impacts approximately 5.4 million people in the U.S.. The disease not only takes a huge emotional toll on its victims, but families and caregivers as well.  However,  a new book says there are easy steps to take towards preventing this life-altering disease.  Take a look at this invaluable resource by Jean Carper.

100 Simple Things You Can Do to Prevent Alzheimer’s – by Jean Carper

“There is a gem of knowledge and insight on every page.”Gary L. Wenk, Ph.D.

“Carper, an award-winning medical journalist who writes a weekly column for USA Weekend magazine, has written a readily accessible guide to bettering one’s odds of beating the plague that threatens to bring down our health care system as baby boomers age, not to mention its cost in human lives and relationships.”Laura Wadley, Daily Herald

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Elysha Schickel

After four years of college and creating many answers to the question “So, what next?” Elysha Schickel is starting to figure it all out.  An avid reader who is addicted to researching anything that sparks her interest, and who loves to spread her knowledge to everyone she knows, Elysha is thrilled that at RebelMom, she’s found a way to combine all these interests with her love of writing.   She’s a recent graduate of Providence College with a B.A. in Humanities.

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