Annie’s Gateway to Hospice: Support for Families Caring For Loved Ones

A Time For Reflection Recently I’ve been thinking a lot about what I have to offer the many families, friends, and loved ones who are terminally ill. Over the last nine years it has become painfully apparent there is a tremendous need for education, guidance, and support for both the families and patients new to … More Annie’s Gateway to Hospice: Support for Families Caring For Loved Ones

Missing Mom

Sitting here with my mom in my childhood home, watching cable TV. Several things are going through my mind: Alzheimer’s disease Cable TV Family My mom has Alzheimer’s dementia. My sisters and I first became aware of her cognitive impairment about 5 years ago. At that time it we didn’t recognize if for what it … More Missing Mom

Zija’s XM3

I’m feeling a bit peevish today, so we’ll see how this turns out: This is your brain on Rock Star/Monster/Red Bull: In an article in the New York Times on January 31, 2011, author Jane E. Brody reports: “The often bizarre combination of ingredients in these drinks prompted three researchers from the University of Texas … More Zija’s XM3