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i .~ . Page 4 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, JULY I I, 2018 %e Je not jusi a pharma, c , Locally owned and operated, Grafton Drug features a unique selection of giftware, puzzles, candy, kitchen items, cards, and more. Gift wrap with purchase. Gift cards also available. KARl ! Walsh County Spotlight The merchants below are proud to announce: OHV/ATV Safety Course will be held Thursday, July 19 from 8 a rfl, to 12 p.m. at theWalsh County Extension Office, 101 County Road 12B, Park River. Open at no charge to youth ages 12 -15.To register email:Jamie.medbery@ndsu.edu. Registration is limited! COUNTY Park River PO Box 49 Park River samaritan 301 County Road 12B S(x-icn -- 284-7115 AUTO PARTS [ .ar ver- 4. 44 Adams ~ 944-2231 Grafton ,352-3668 UNITED Michigan 259-2112 Insurance Hoop-le ~ 894-6123 Crystal ~ 657-2168 110 4th St. E Park River Jim's Super Yalu 101 3rd St. W Park River For all your dinner needs! ELECTRIC LTD. (;5 Years of exceptional service - with many third generation customers. Experienced, well trained and knowledgable staff tltat live in your communities, Providing Quality Electrical Services to: Farms Agricultural Plants Schools Water Plants Homes Cities Hospitals Just about anything else that needs wiring Serving northeastern North Dakota and northwestern Minncsota Call us at 701-284-7433 SAMSON, the strongest name in the industry] Pembina County Memorial Hospital Full/Part/Flex time RNs Flex time CNA/LPN WedoewOod Manor Full time Night Nurses RN/LPN Flex time LPN & RN Full/Part/Flex time CNAs Part/Flex time Dietary Aide Sign on BONUS CNAs GREAT BENEFIT PACKAGE! Apply online: www.cavalierhospital.com or contact Human Resources at 701-265-6308 for more information. Pemhimt ('oun0, Memorial lto.wital tl k, dgewood ,41a tor By Jim Miller Dear Savvy Senior, (CTE), Huntington's disease and What's the difference between Korsakoff Syndrome. Some pa- Alzheimer's disease and dementia? tients may also have more than one" My aunt has dementia, but they form of dementia known as mixed don't know if she has Alzheimer's dementia. disease, which is very confusing to Dementia is caused by damage me. to brain cells, but the symptoms can Trying To Understand vary depending on the cause. In the case of Alzheimer's disease, pro- Dear Trying, tein fragments or plaques that ac- Many people use the words cumulate in the space between "Alzheimer's disease" and "de- nerve cells and twisted tangles of mentia" interchangeably, but they another protein that build up inside are not the same thing. In fact, you cells cause the damage. can have a form of dementia that In Alzheimer's disease, de- is completely unrelated to mentia gets progressively worse to Alzheimer's disease. Here's what the point where patients cannot car- you should know. ry out daily activities and cannot speak, respond to their environ- Dementia versus Alzheimer's ment, swallow or walk. Although Dementia is a general term for some treatments may temporarily a set of symptoms that includes ease symptoms, the downward memory loss, impaired communi- progression of disease continues cation skills, a decline in reasoning and it is not curable. and changes in behavior. It most But some forms of dementia are commonly strikes elderly people reversible, which is why it's im- and used to be referred to as se- portant to be evaluated by a physi- nility, cian early on. Vitamin deficiencies, Alzheimer's disease is a specific thyroid problems, brain tumors, de- illness that is the most common p?ession, excessive alcohol use, cause of dementia. Though many. medication side effects and certain diseases can cause dementia, infectious diseases can cause re- Alzheimer's - which affects 5.7 versible forms of dementia. million Americans today - ac- Another treatable form of de- counts for 60 percent to 80 percent mentia is a condition known as nor- of dementia cases, which is why mal pressure hydrocephalus, which you often hear the terms used in- is caused by a buildup of cere- terchangeably, brospinal fluid in the brain that can But there are many other con- be relieved by surgically implant- ditions that can cause symptoms of ing a shunt to drain off excess flu- dementia like vascular dementia, id. This type of dementia is often which is the second most common preceded or accompanied by dif- cause, accounting for about 10 ficulty walking and incontinence. percent of dementia cases. Vascu- To learn more about the differ- lar dementia is caused by a stroke ent types of dementia, including the or poor blood fl0w to the brain, symptoms, risks, causes and treat- Other degenerative disorders ments visit the Alzheimer's Asso- that can cause dementia include ciation at ALZ.org/dementia. Lewy body dementia, Parkinson's Send your senior questions to: Savvy Senior, disease, Frontotemporal dementia, p.o. Box 5443, Nonnm~ OK 73070, or visit Savvy- Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, Chron- Senior.org. Jim Miller is a contributor to the NBC Today show and author of "The Savvy Senior" ic Traumatic Encephalopathy book. -Walsh County Veterans Service Office tome My fellow Veterans, it's been a week hasn't it? I don t know about you, but after going through Army Basic Training and Advanced Train- ing, fireworks just haven't meant the same thing they did pre-Army. I never was sent offto a war-zone with combat action. I have the great- est respect for those who have that come into my office to apply for their benefits. Fireworks, for me, take me fight back to the night, live-fire ex- ercise where we had to wait for it to be dark and line up in a bunker. From there, we waited our turn. At the signal, we ran up this sharp concrete in- cline and ran into 'hell' as it were. The course was straight so you shouldn't have been able to get lost as long as you didn't veer off to one side or the other. We had to run, jump, and crawl our way to the other side with all of these explosions and rapid fire going off. Logically, I knew I wasn't going to get shot, but emotion- ally I was sure I wasn't going to make it. I ended up on my back to slide under some wires when a sharp pain hit me behind the ear. After a mo- ment of panic -- like getting bitten by a snake or something panic -- I found the piece of wood that had stabbed me. I finished the course with a painful scratch, and all was good. The town of Grafton certainly loves their fireworks, and I jump a lit- tle each time a large boomer gets fired into the air. I think about my fel- low Veterans who have been through the hell of war and have seen their friends wounded or killed. I remember what the Fourth of July is really about and think about those who fought for their freedom; gave their lives for their freedom. Their freedom became our freedom and we should never forget that or them. I am out of the office this month on July 25 and 27 for conferences. Give me a call at 352-5030 and schedule an appointment if you would like to talk about benefits, to which you may be entitled. Thank you for your service. Katrina Hodny, U.S. Army Veteran. Katrina Hodny, Veteran Service Officer Admin Bldg 638 Cooper Ave, Suite 5 Grafton, ND 58237 701-352-5030 or 701-331-1700 walshcountyvso@nd.gov walshcountynd.com/veteran Facebook @WalshCountyVeterans PARK RIVER, N.D. -- We Would like to welcome our new as- sociate dentist, Paul B. Dusek, DDS, to Lifetime Dental. Dr. Dusek is a Grafton, ND native, and we are excited to have him back in the area serving our Park River and Grafton communities. He lives in Grafton with his wife, Dr. Brit- tany Dusek, who is a chiropractor at Grafton/Park River Chiroprac- tic Clinic. Dr. Dusek is a recent graduate of the University of Min- nesota School of Dentistry and earned a Bachelors of Science degree from Concordia College in Moorhead, MN. Along with being able to offer a variety of restora- tive procedures, Dr. Dusek is cer- tified in Invisalign. Dr. Dusek is Photo: Submitted eager to treat patients of all ages and will be working five days a week, splitting time between our two locations. WALHALLA, N.D. -- North In 2015, the department received Dakota Parks and Recreation De- a grant through the Recreational partment and The Pembina Gorge Trails Program to assist in the de- Foundation announces the grand velopment of the park. "We're al- opening of the Pembina Gorge Bike ways looking for new ways to pro- Terrain Course at Frost Fire Park in vide healthy recreational activities Walhalla. The opening event will that support citizen's and local com- take place at the Pembina Gorge on munities in North Dakota, this ter- July 13 from 3-7 pm. rain course will be a great addition," The terrain course, which is the said Melissa Baker, Director of the first of its kind in the state, includes ND Parks and Rec Department. beginner and intermediate trails Future plans for the terrain course along with a climbing trail. The include the addition of four addi- course is open seven days a week. tional trails including an expert Users will need to purchase a flail technical trail, advanced downhill pass in order to use the course, dai- flow trails, a skills course, and ly pass is $7 and an annual pass is pump tracl NDPRD, along with the $35. Passes for the day of the grand Pembina Gorge Foundation, are opening will be available for free working towards securing funding from NDPRD staff during the event, to complete phase two. " EDINBURG, N:D. EdinbU 0g; the needs Of patients across the rez i ND hosted a blood drive with Unit- gion. Donations from O-negative ed Blood Services on June 7 at the donors, the universal blood type, are Community Center which helped especially important this time of year collect at total of 15 units of blood for patients in need. A total of 16 individuals volun- teered to donate blood and 13 indi- viduals were able to donate at the United Blood Services blood drive on June 7. A total of two donors also came forward to donate Power Red Cells (2RBC) which collects two units of red blood cells while re- tuming platelets, plasma and a saline solution back to the donor. There was one person who volun- teered for the first time. United Blood Services expressed their gratitude to the Barb Ferguson, who called donors, and Helen Sund- vor, who worked registration. UBS strives to keep a 5-day supply of every blood type on the shelf at all times to be able to meet due to increased accidents and trau- ma cases. United Blood Services is the only blood provider to nearly 70 hos- pitals across the region. The blood supply is dependent on selfless do- nations from volunteer donors to en- sure the lifesaving needs of the re- gion are met. About 30 percent ofUBS's blood supply goes to cancer patients across the region and one in seven people entering the hospital will need blood. Those relying on blood in the region receive that lifesaving blood from UBS. Donors can make a convenient appointment to give blood at www.bloodhero.com or by calling (877)827-4376. Thank You very much to everyone for coming out to celebrate my 90th Birthday and for all the cards and gifts. 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