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As you age, people experience changes in the sleep patterns they had for years. Some people have the habit of...

As medical science progresses our understanding of the human brain has increased dramatically, which is also expanding our grasp on...

One of the most commonly asked questions in memory care is the difference between Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Though they...

One of the most common classes of medications used in the treatment and management of heart or blood vessel disease...

Caring for someone with late-stage Alzheimer’s can be a difficult and heartbreaking process, one that’s extremely hard to navigate. Family...

Poor sleep habits are a common problem among elderly adults. Up to 40% of older Americans suffer from some form...

A person with dementia can become agitated for a number of reasons such as pain, fatigue, confusion, or restlessness. Agitation...

How many seniors deal with knee pain and problems? Today in the U.S., joint replacement surgeons perform close to 700,000...

Gout, the most common inflammatory arthritis in adults, is a highly symptomatic and painful form of inflammatory arthritis caused by...

According to the latest estimates from the World Health Organization (WHO), more than 300 million people worldwide live with depression....

Alzheimer’s begins causing damage to the brain many years before symptoms become apparent. The brain has literally billions of neurons...

To brace or not to brace? That is the question many seniors have when it comes to wanting to prevent...

I was chatting with a friend in his late 60s. He was complaining about his memory and how his wife...

Though many primary care physicians are able to make an initial diagnosis of dementia and provide basic care for memory-impairing...

We’ve all had it happen – forgetting a person’s name or not being able to find the right word. Maybe...

There are several commonly accepted risk factors associated with Alzheimer’s. Some factors like age, family history and heredity cannot be...

When Your Loved One is Increasingly Forgetful: Is It Memory Loss or Just a Senior Moment? As we become increasingly...

This year, over 300,000 U.S. seniors will be hospitalized with a hip fracture — a serious injury for any elderly...

Did you know that Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia begin to change one’s brain decades before symptoms appear? 5...

The more serious the condition, the more medical professionals you see, right? Nothing is more evident of this than with...

As we grow older, bone health becomes increasingly important. That’s especially true for seniors coping with osteoporosis and those at...

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