By Wendy Schuman Quick survey: Who do you think is the most inspirational Kennedy? For me, the answer is Maria Shriver. She’s had a multitude of roles packed into the
Cleveland Clinic Research Identifies Sildenafil as Candidate Drug for Alzheimer’s Disease Findings published in Nature Aging show 69% reduced likelihood of developing the disease A new Cleveland Clinic-led study has
Poor sleep in middle age linked to late-life Alzheimer’s-related brain changes September 12, 2019 Alzheimer’s DiseaseBiomarkersClinical ResearchNeuroscience Cognitively healthy adults whose sleep quality declined in middle age were more likely in
A Hallelujah Chorus – A daughter’s account of the power of music and its affect on her mother quieted by Alzheimer’s. By Vina Mogg, guest writer for Grandparentslink.com The conductor stately walks down the
By Maddy Dychtwald It is the year 2025 and it seems like a miracle reminiscent of John F. Kennedy’s moonshot. A multi-modality cure for Alzheimer’s disease was recently discovered, fast-tracked
Submitted by Jack Levine It was a busy morning at the clinic, about 8:00, when an elderly gentleman in his 80’s arrived to have stitches removed from his thumb. He
Feature documentary film, “Do You Know What My Name Is?” produced by Sendai Television Inc., has been released simultaneously in New York and Los Angeles. The film depicts an emotional real
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
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.
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
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
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
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
Riding the Age Wave: How Health Care Can Stay Afloat In an ancient Greek fable, Eos, the beautiful goddess of the dawn, falls deeply in love with the warrior Tithonus.
By: Caring.com With research indicating that over 25 percent of family caregivers seek support online, Caring.com has experienced tremendous growth in Steps & Stages — which includes a free custom
November is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month and April is Autism Awareness Month. Alzheimer’s and autism have some similarities: they are both cognitive disabilities with a tendency to wander and the inability to find their