Monthly Archives: October 2013

Remodel to Age in Place

There are plenty of wonderful senior living communities out there. But for many older adults, no matter how lovely the neighborhood and how terrific the services, a senior community isn’t the first choice—staying at home is. It’s difficult for older … Continue reading

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Today Is World Stroke Day

Strokes are the Number 1 cause of preventable disability world wide. Stroke is the Number 4 cause of death in the U.S. 1 in 6 people will have a stroke in their lifetime. Every 6 seconds someone dies from a … Continue reading

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You Are Not Alone

More than 5 million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease today, and by 2050 that number is estimated to triple.  In 2013 Alzheimer’s will cost the nation $203 billion.  Currently 1 in 3 seniors will die with Alzheimer’s or another form of … Continue reading

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Study Uncovers Link Between Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s

Researchers from the University of Florida say their findings could lead to targets for new treatment that combats both Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease, as well as many other neurological disorders. Click here to learn more!

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Low Blood Sugar May Be Good for Your Memory

People with elevated blood sugar levels – even those not high enough for diabetes or pre-diabetes – are more likely to have memory problems than people with lower levels, a study of 141 people has shown. The results suggest that people within … Continue reading

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Future of Caregiving for Baby Boomers

Caregiver burden is emotional and subjective. We try to measure it by looking at rates of depression and anxiety disorders in the caregiver population, and at the seriousness of these disorders. We know the highest rates of emotional burden and … Continue reading

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It’s Never Too Late for Stroke Rehabilitation

Strokes are the third leading cause of death in this country. They are the leading cause of disability among adults. It was once thought that whatever mobility stroke survivors had after two years, that’s all they would ever get, but … Continue reading

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Little Know Causes of Memory Loss

It’s hard not to think of Alzheimer’s disease when memory loss or a memory lapse darkens your day. After all, Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia are constantly in the headlines — and of the more than five million affected … Continue reading

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Is The Flu Shot Right For You?

As you age, your immune system weakens. This weakening makes seniors—adults 65 years and older— more susceptible to the flu. For seniors, the seasonal flu can be very serious, even deadly. Ninety percent of flu-related deaths and more than half of flu-related … Continue reading

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Living Alone

In this modern era, many families do not live close to their aging parents, so it can be difficult to determine when it’s time to either move a parent to an assisted living facility, to have one of the “kids” … Continue reading

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