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Coronavirus headlines
Being in touch with where to turn for the latest, most reliable info on COVID-19, especially as it pertains to older adults and those who provide care assistance for them, is extremely important – and can be puzzling. Due to… Read More
Senior man sitting and looking at his medication despondantly
A current research study of more than 2,000 older adults finds that a stunning 87% take a minimum of one prescription drug, and a full 36% are taking five or more – and as many as 38% are using over-the-counter… Read More
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We already know how incredible our body’s immune system is in attacking invading bacteria and viruses, and restoring us to health following an ailment, but the current outcomes from a report by Cardiff University are positioned to bring a new… Read More
two happy elderly women spending time with each other at home
Caring for a person you love with dementia is certainly not something to laugh about. Yet studies are frequently pointing towards the benefits associated with humor, and incorporating it into dementia care could possibly be exactly what the doctor ordered… Read More
Artificial intelligence, machine learning concept with glowing brain neurons.
Memory loss and Alzheimer’s go hand in hand, and until now, researchers have been stumped in determining how to prevent, or remove, those beta-amyloid and tau proteins at the heart of the problem. Yet recent research has shown incredible results… Read More
happy senior woman laughing
Have you ever felt yourself preparing to bubble over with uncontrollable laughter at the most ill-timed moment– in a crowded elevator, a hushed waiting room, or a religious service? Although there are, obviously, occasions when we need to suppress the… Read More
Caregiver Injury
They are currently understood to result in quite a few short-term negative effects, for example, memory loss and confusion, but new research connects several of the stronger anticholinergic drugs (like those prescribed for Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, depression, and overactive bladder)… Read More
atlanta dementia care
Remarkable research is honing in ever nearer to the eradication of Alzheimer’s disease, this time through two medications already developed and approved by the FDA. This enables accelerated clinical trials and we hope fast-tracking us closer to a treatment.… Read More
Lonely, Senior Woman Sitting by Window with Eyes Closed
With well over 325 million people living in the U.S. alone, it’s not easy to think that loneliness could be so common. Nonetheless, over 50% of the elderly live alone, and more than a million of them are estimated to… Read More
Alzheimer's brain connections
The marathon is still on to discover the root cause of Alzheimer’s disease in order to develop an effective treatment option or cure, and the latest research may have brought us closer to that goal. Scientists are intrigued by a… Read More