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  1. Diabetes: Lower Your Risk for Heart Attack and Stroke
  2. Stroke: Should I Move My Loved One Into Long-Term Care? Guides you through decision to put a loved one who has had a stroke into long-term care. Lists reasons for and against. Covers typesof long-term centers. Includes interactive tool to help you make your decision.
  3. High Cholesterol Covers the kinds of cholesterol. Explains that cholesterol is one of many risk factors for heart attack and stroke. Covers treatment to lower risk of heart attack and stroke that includes healthy habits and statins.
  4. Dementia Discusses causes of dementia, which include strokes, tumors, or Alzheimer's disease. Covers symptoms like memory loss and forgetfulness. Covers how dementia is diagnosed. Looks at treatment options. Covers issues for caregivers.
  5. Cholesterol: How It Raises Your Risk Learn how high cholesterol raises your risk for heart attack and stroke.
  6. Cholesterol: Choosing a Heart-Healthy Life Learn about making healthy changes that can help lower your risk for heart attack and stroke.
  7. Statins: Should You Take Them to Lower Your Risk? Compare the pros and cons of taking a statin to lower your risk for heart attack and stroke.
  8. Alzheimer's or Other Dementia: Should I Move My Relative Into Long-Term Care? Guides you through decision to put a relative who has Alzheimer's or other dementia in long-term care. Lists reasons for and against. Covers typesof long-term facilities available. Includes interactive tool to help you make your decision.
  9. Alzheimer's and Other Dementias: Coping With Sundowning
  10. Alzheimer's and Other Dementias: Making the Most of Remaining Abilities
  11. Dementia: Tips for Communicating
  12. Dementia: Legal Issues
  13. Dementia: Assessing Pain
  14. Dementia: Helping a Person Avoid Confusion
  15. Alzheimer's and Other Dementias: Maintaining Good Nutrition
  16. Agitation and Dementia
  17. Dementia: Support for Caregivers
  18. Dementia: Understanding Behavior Changes
  19. Dementia: Bladder and Bowel Problems
  20. Dementia: Medicines to Treat Behavior Changes

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