Look out for warning signs of Alzheimer’s disease this holiday
Posted: Fri 6:16 PM, Dec 27, 2013
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. The more holiday seasons spent with elderly loved ones, the more likely they are to develop Alzheimer’s disease.
“When adult kids and grandkids come home for the holidays, they start to notice some subtle changes perhaps in their parents and grandparents,” said Laurie Frasier, director of Senior Daybreak at Hilltop. “They notice that their memory isn’t what it used to be.”
I don’t think that first sentence means what you think it means.
Either that, or maybe you kids should stay home this year.