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Answered: I would like to know what is wrong with patient site. I'm angry and

why are you asking us? In the first place you didn't even say what website you are concerned about. Secondly, how can people on AOL help you? Take this up with the people responsible.

Answered: Is life about sharing intimate moments that have a neutered feeling when

I know someone that is like this and they make me feel awful. -> This Chronically miserable idiots who do nothing but bitch and moan about every little thing do not have "pleasureful feelings" because they do not allow themselves to. <- is the only legitimate part of that sentence. It's true. These ...

Answered: Please tell us how you demonstrate compassion in your daily interactions

I have no daily interactions with patients. I am retired, therefore, I have no daily interactions with coworkers.

Answered: What do Alzheimer's patients forget?

There are 10 stages in Alzheimer the symptoms are mild at stage 1 and deteriorate graduately as one clinbs to higher stages. So there is not one answer to your question.

Answered: What to do I do when a child hurts a grandparents feelings?

you can manage the situation by handling carefully because these two are your family members.so you have to find the solution carefully.hurting the feeling of a person either grand father or any one is not a good habit.do something like he realizes it as soon as possible.

Answered: What causes alzheimers?

unknown to me, but it has been proven that a build-up of aluminum is found in the brains of those who died with Alzheimers.
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His school and his church would be the two places that I would start. A call to his doc might prove useful. How about the rest of the family? Is there someone that could help him walk thru this?

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