Senior woman at home drinking hot drink and smiling
Did you know…almost 1/2 of all older adults are chronically under-hydrated, as reported by a recent scientific study conducted at UCLA? Not only that, but older adults over age 65 represent the highest category of hospital admissions due to dehydration.… Read More
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After 16 long years without a truly viable Alzheimer’s treatment, there’s some hope on the horizon, in a stunning reversal regarding the previously-rejected antibody therapy, aducanumab. The most recent research reveals that high doses of this medication do, in fact,… Read More
Senior woman spending quality time with her daughter
Connecting with an older adult who is dealing with Alzheimer’s, particularly in the middle and later stages, is often discouraging – both for you personally and for your senior loved one. Brain changes affect the capacity to hear, process, and… Read More
Caregiver Injuries
Regarding chronic diseases, seniors are often the experts, with up to 3 out of four older adults affected by a number of conditions that are chronic, necessitate long-term chronic disease care management, and place limits on activities. With the constant… Read More
Caregivers
Although the ultimate goal is always to maximize safety and health for older adults they love, family caregivers, unfortunately, commonly end up diminishing their own health along the way. In fact, an incredible 94% of caregivers in a recent research… Read More
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Alzheimer’s research takes a giant leap forward, thanks to a new tool that allows pathologists to analyze and classify amyloid plaques and abnormalities in blood vessels through technology similar to face recognition software – leading to the ability to process… Read More