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Mom Didn't Laugh for Two Years and Then I Had Her Thyroid Checked

After her diagnosis of probable Alzheimer's, my mother didn't laugh for 2 years. She rarely smiled. The I read the Alzheimer's Action Plan and it changed our lives. By Bob DeMarco Alzheimer's Reading Room When I heard my mom laugh for the first time in two years I ran over to find out what was going on. I felt so happy and elated it would be hard to explain in words. One thing was clear, my heart soared.
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