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Kathleen Fackelmann, of  USA TODAY  writes that "Family caregivers of Alzheimer's patients who received intensive counseling reduced their stress levels and delayed the need for nursing home care for their loved ones, a study reports today."

This only makes sense. When a caregiver learns more about the disease, and truly understands how to manage their loved one's  illness, as well how to deal with their own stress, it's bound to help.Check out this excellent article.

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