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  1. Emmy Betz:

    Figuring out what to do about firearms can be stressful for family members and other dementia caregivers. Our study shows that few caregivers, including spouses and family members, have received professional counseling about how to address gun safety.

  2. Melissa Stockwell:

    Those soldiers that go over to protect our freedom, they sacrifice so much to go over but it’s also the loved ones back home, i mean you tell someone thank you for your service but it’s a family affair.You have the caregivers back home, the spouses, the children – it’s an all-encompassing sacrifice.

  3. Karen Saban:

    Some anger is probably very normal for caregivers, but I think it’s a difficult emotion to express and, in particular, these caregivers of vets who had a war injury may feel even more guilty, that feeling may be inducing some of these chemical changes that may set them up for chronic inflammation and possibly chronic disease in the future.

  4. Adam Seth Litwin:

    In the wake of the current spike in COVID hospitalizations, calling the labor market for registered nurses' cutthroat' is an understatement, even if the health care sector can somehow find more beds, it can not just go out and buy more front-line caregivers.

  5. Katherine Ornstein:

    It really speaks to the fact that the challenging job of a caregiver is not necessarily restricted to a few months before one dies, certainly individuals are more vulnerable at the end of life. Support for caregivers may be more urgent at the end of life but important through critical illness.


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