Grandparent Health Participating in meaningful medical research
By Robert St. Germain
Have you ever been a guinea pig for science? Would you like to know what it is like? In a word, it’s fascinating! I am talking about leading-edge medical research. I am talking about helping to conquer a dreadful disease [...]
By Colleen Sell
The Rochester Medical Center Division of Geriatrics and Aging recently identified the nature and causes of health problems afflicting and expected to afflict the aging population.
1. Physical activity and nutrition: Physical activity and good nutrition prevent or delay many diseases and conditions. As we age, many of us become [...]
Know Your Homecare Options Before You Need Them
By Jeff Huber
No matter how many good arguments might be made for a senior to leave home, remaining where decades of memories were created is often the best reason to stay.
In fact, industry surveys tell us that [...]
By Karla Sullivan
She was assisting her mother with the stairs in her home. While descending together, her Mom froze, cried out and frightfully stared at the last stair. Her mother was recovering from hip surgery and the daughter thought that it was physical pain that she was expressing. But it was not.
Signs of [...]
By Dwayne J. Clark
This Father’s Day, if you’re lucky enough to have a father (or stepfather, father-in-law, or another father figure) in your life, celebrate like there’s no tomorrow. There may not be, as some of us have learned through first-hand experience.
We can lose a loved one suddenly, through an accident, disaster, [...]
Do you fear there’s no way to protect yourself from Alzheimer’s? Good news: There’s a host of things you can do to reduce the risk of early memory loss, including brain stimulation games from Anti-AgingGames.com.
• First of all, watch this free video at http://bit.ly/BrainTips: “Top 10 Tips to Keep Your Brain Young: Findings from [...]