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Experts think between 60% to 80% of people with dementia have this disease. More than 5 million Americans have been diagnosed with Alzheimer's. It's what most people think of when they hear "dementia."
If someone you know has Alzheimer's, you'll notice symptoms such as memory loss and trouble planning and doing familiar tasks.
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For those with urinary incontinence (UI), as many Baby Boomers refer to the condition—travel can be even more daunting. Whether you are dealing with occasional accidental leaks, frequent visits to the bathroom, or complete incontinence, it takes significant planning for the unexpected to avoid an embarrassing situation.
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Beans Packed with Protein and Fiber
Beans really are magical fruit (Yup, they're fruit).
They're a wonderful source of protein and minerals such as iron, magnesium and zinc. They also are rich in folic acid, calcium and fiber. All of this means they can help protect against heart disease and birth defects while they help lower cholesterol and the risk of certain cancers.