Month: October 2018

Fostering Social Interaction for All Ages

We were struck by the statistics on how detrimental social isolation and loneliness is to our health. One of the...

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Recognize the early warning signs of Alzheimer’s disease, dementia

Somewhere around 50 million Americans will hit the road this Thanksgiving, headed home for the holiday. Whether your trip is...

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Evidence Grows on the Brain Health Benefits of the MIND Diet

Changes in diet and lifestyle have been linked in the past to playing a possible role in helping to reduce...

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Food for Your Mood

We all know that when we eat better, we feel better. When we eat healthy foods, we have more energy,...

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A Treat with a Clever Trick to Help People with Dementia

A UK college student with a grandmother struggling with dementia came up with a clever way to help her stay...

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Take a Few Steps and Help Prevent Falls

It's fall! The perfect season for leaves turning gorgeous colors, crisp weather, tailgate parties, and more. And the ideal time...

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How to Keep Fall and Winter from Becoming SAD Times for Seniors

Changing seasons can mean changing moods. And as the days get shorter in the fall and winter, a greater incidence...

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