During National Essential Tremor Awareness (NETA) Month in March, the International Essential Tremor Foundation (IETF) is working to raise awareness of essential tremor and to educate the public about the impact it has on an estimated 10 million people across the U.S.
An estimated 65 million family caregivers help their elderly, disabled or ill loved ones continue to live at home – driving them to appointments and assisting with day-to-day needs like bathing, dressing and preparing meals. Few receive recognition, resources or support. But a new law aims to change that.
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