African Americans More Likely To Suffer From Alzheimer's

Their relationship has changed, but not even Alzheimer’s can break the bond between this mother and daughter. “That is my mom, she took good care of us, so now I want to make sure that I take good care of her,” said Hazel Utley. From doing puzzles, to drinking water, to getting out of a chair, and even walking, Hazel Utley is her mother’s #1 caregiver. At times it has been stressful.

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