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The Radical New Thinking About Alzheimer’s That May Lead Us to a Cure

Those of us who follow the latest research in Alzheimer’s disease are all too familiar with the troublesome amyloid plaques thought to be linked to Alzheimer’s. But could it possibly be that those plaques are actually helpful and could lead to an Alzheimer’s cure?... Read More

The Top Foods to Avoid for a Kidney Friendly Diet

As the saying goes, we are what we eat, and for people with kidney disease, it is even more vital that an appropriate nutrition plan is observed to lessen symptoms, such as swelling, pain, nausea and more, and to perhaps even slow down the progression of the disease.... Read More

How to Communicate with Aging Parents Without Hurtful Feelings

Honesty is always the best policy, right? Even so, there are times when some truths are better left unsaid or at least worded more positively, especially when talking with aging loved ones. While we could have the best of intentions in wanting to help seniors navigate... Read More

Holidays with Alzheimer’s: Georgia Home Care Experts Share Helpful Tips

Observing the holiday season through the lens of Alzheimer’s disease can feel anything but merry and bright. Family members might be stressed with caregiving duties, and the disruption to routine can cause more distress for a person struggling with the effects of... Read More

Exercise After 50: The Rules Have Changed

Aging involves adapting to a number of changes, and the way we take care of our bodies is one of the most important ones. We all know the necessity of remaining physically active, but may not realize that the old tried-and-true exercising techniques we’ve long... Read More

Senior Health News: Treadmill Therapy Now Covered by Medicare

Here’s some encouraging senior health news for individuals with peripheral artery disease (PAD), a debilitating condition which can occur from cigarette smoking or diabetes and can increase a person’s chance of having a heart attack or stroke, and in some cases... Read More