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1. Dementia - Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, Diagnosis - Mental Health - Body & Health. (n.d.). Site Map - Body & Health. Retrieved March 20, 2012, from http://bodyandhealth.canada.com/channel_condition_info_details.asp?disease_id=42 &channel_id=11&relation_id=10899 This article gives us details about dementia. It tells us the causes, treatment and symptoms. This article shows that dementia is a disease that affects your memory and your decision making ability. It is most common over the age of 80's. Dementia is caused by alcoholism, brain injury, smoking and drug abuse. The symptoms of dementia are a progressive loss of memory for example miss-place of objects and ability to learn new things. It can be treated by cognitive enhancing agents, tranquilizer and antidepressants. To prevent dementia stroke is the only potential effective treatment. To carry someone with the dementia you must know the safeties for instance do not allow someone with dementia to drive vehicle and make the environment as safe as possible

2. Gold, Gabriel, and Dina Zekry. "Management of mixed dementia." Drugs & Aging 27.9 (2010): 715+. Academic OneFile. Web. 23 Mar. 2012, from http://go.galegroup.com.library.sheridanc.on.ca/ps/i.do?id=GALE%7CA237135119& v=2.1&u=ko_acd_shc&it=r&p=AONE&sw=w a. The article named as 'Management of mixed dementia' is written by Gabriel Gold and Dina Zekry which deals with Alzheimer's disease (AD) and vascular dementia (VaD). This article is very well explained by authors and they have

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put their effort to tell Risk factors, Primary Prevention and secondary prevention. After explaining it risk and prevention then author well explained about its treatment. He shows detailed picture of treatment and various steps and medicines involving in it. Moreover the author also told us about several important issues need to be addressed to improve clinical trials of MD. At last he told us that further studies are needed to improve our ability to diagnose and treat MD.

3. The many forms of dementia - Health - CBC News. (n.d.). CBC.ca - Canadian News Sports Entertainment Kids Docs Radio TV. Retrieved March 20, 2012, from http://www.cbc.ca/news/health/story/2011/04/08/f-dementia-many-forms.html a. This article was published by CBC news on their website, on Apr 8, 2011. Many different forms of dementia are well explained and differentiated in this article by newspaper. This article also includes some statistics about patients of dementia in Canada along with estimates about future patients. There are 14 different forms of dementia well explained in this newspaper article. He also stated that all forms of memory loss are not dementia. This article is really helpful with explanation of different forms of dementia but can be more detailed.

4. Google. (n.d.). Effective elder care starts at home, experts say - The Globe and Mail. Home - The Globe and Mail. Retrieved March 20, 2012, from

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http://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/health/dementia/effective-elder-care-starts-athome-experts-say/article1958956/ An article from Lisa Priest named as Effective elder care starts at home, experts say is about elder care in article she is explaining about two novel solutions about elder care from doctors in Toronto and India. As in hospitals elders are hooked up to machines of low benefit and prescribed drugs that worsen their cognitive function. As they grow weaker with each passing day, the only solution, it seems, is a nursing home they didnt want in the first place. 5. Bowen, J., Teri, L., Kukull, W., & McCormick, W. (1997). Progression to dementia in patients with isolated memory loss. The Lancet, 349(9054), 763-5. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/198986101?accountid=3455 a. Article Progression to dementia in patients with isolated memory loss is collaborative work of many writers, it is a study done on patients of dementia, and how diagnosis of dementia requires both memory loss and at least one other type of cognitive impairment. It was study done on 811 patients with cognitive complaints and 21 patients with severe isolated memory. And result stated that patients with isolated memory loss have increased risk of development of dementia. This article is research proving some important points about dementia. 6. Carruthers-Czyzewski, P. (1999). Dementia in the older adult. Canadian Pharmacists Journal, 132(7), 28-33. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/221125428?accountid=3455

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a. This article states about Alzheimer's disease which is a form of dementia in older people. According to this article, a study shows that people who have head injuries has increased risk of dementia. Using available criteria, this disease can be accurately diagnosed in 86% to 92% of cases. In this article it is also discussed about how other health problems and medications affects this disease. In Canada there is only Donepezil is approved to enhance cognitive functions. 7. Schmidtke, K. (1997). Progressive hemiparesis in frontal lobe degeneration. European Neurology, 38(2), 105-12. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/194960297?accountid=3455 This is article that tells us about that how Dementia occurs in brain. They also show MRI scanned images on various stages of diseases. They explain it in very detail. They also discuss various cases. There is brief introduction and conclusion given about the article and disease. In nutshell this article is very good and well explained. 8. Seltzer, B., Vasterling, J. J., Yoder, J., & Thompson, K. A. (1997). Awareness of deficit in Alzheimers disease: Relation to caregiver burden. The Gerontologist, 37(1), 20-4. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/210951780?accountid=3455 This article is collaborative work of seltzer, Vasterling, Yoder, & Thompson. This article is brief summary on how patients are burden on the caregivers. It shows result on how dementia affects a persons life, family and caregivers. The findings show that impaired awareness may is an important concern in management of Alzheimers

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disease. This article is relevant study and is very well explained but needs more detailing. 9. Dementia, Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, and Diagnosis - Migraines - Headaches Simplified. (n.d.). Migraines - Migraines - Headaches Simplified. Retrieved March 20, 2012, from http://migraines.headachessimplified.com/Dementia/treatment_and_prevention/condit ionfactsheet/42_0_0_0.aspx This website is brief detailing on what dementia is and how it is caused along with symptoms, treatment and diagnosis. This article is well organized but not very useful as more detailing on some points is needed. This website is to help people gain knowledge about the disease. 10. Parmar, J. (1999, How to help those with dementia live at home: Suggestions for caregivers. Family Health, 15(4), 18-18. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/222653008?accountid=3455 This article states about how to help people at home with dementia. It also explained about strategies to help those people to connect with family activities. It states about dressing in people who have dementia. How dress can cause stress in them. It also shows how they can participate in domestic activities. It says that we need to careful about stressing things around the people who have dementia.