January 2014

Dealing with Dementia
When Thinking and Behavior Decline

Illustration of an older man with his family and pet dog on a walking trail.

Feeling forgetful and confused may be a normal part of life. But if thinking problems or unusual behavior start to interfere with everyday activities, these could be signs of a brain condition known as dementia. Read more about dementia.


Avoiding Anemia
Boost Your Red Blood Cells

Illustration of iron-rich foods, including fish, red meat, beans, and dark leafy vegetables.

Anemia is a common blood disorder that can leave you feeling exhausted and sluggish. Many types of anemia are mild and short term. But the condition can become serious if left untreated for a long time. Read more about anemia.

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