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Drinking Can Become A Serious Problem For Seniors

Drinking can sometimes become a serious problem for senior citizens. Whether it’s their struggle with chronic diseases, the loss of their spouse, or moving to a new community, drowning their tears in liquor is going to make their situation worse.   These kinds of changes can cause loneliness, boredom, anxiety, or depression. In fact, depression…

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Arranging Meaningful Activities For Alzheimer’s Patients

Arranging meaningful activities for Alzheimer’s patients can be a challenge. People with this disease need to be active and do things they enjoy. However, keep in mind that it’s not easy for them to plan their days and do different tasks.   Some symptoms of the disease are fearfulness, being quiet, or just withdrawn. You…

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High Cost Prescription Drugs Prevent Seniors From Taking Their Medicine

The high cost of prescription drugs is pushing many Americans away from taking their medicine. They are ignoring doctors’ orders to take their medications according to the schedule.   The statistics are worrisome. Twenty eight percent of pre-Medicare-age adults are not adhering to their prescriptions as written. Instead, they’re asking for cheaper drugs, generics, or…

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Eating Plans: So Many Diets, Which One Is Best For Me?

Eating plans are everywhere you look. For example, there is low carb, low fat, Mediterranean, keto, vegetarian — and many, many more. It seems that not a day goes by without someone coming out with a brand new diet plan. To say this is confusing is an understatement. Meanwhile, Americans are getting fatter and fatter.…

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The Aging Brain: High Blood Pressure Kills Brain Cells

The aging brain is the focus of intensive study by the National Institute on Aging (NIA).   One area of interest to NIA researchers is the affect of high blood pressure on the cognitive ability of senior citizens. Specifically, what affect does hypertension have on the possible development of brain illnesses such as Alzheimer’s disease…

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Stroke Risk Factors You May Not Be Aware Of, Find Out Now

Stroke risk prevention methods such as cholesterol medications, normal blood pressure levels, no smoking and regular exercise, are well known by most citizens. But, did you know there are also several other stroke prevention things you can do, that are not as well known? Indeed there are, and we will list some of them in…

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Driving Safely and Alzheimer’s Disease: Is it Possible?

Driving safely means obeying all traffic laws and obligations. You need to be alert at all times, think clearly, and make the correct decisions. For example, if you’re tired, then don’t drive — let someone else do it, or take public transportation.   What about a person with Alzheimer’s disease? Would you trust them behind…

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Advanced Health Care Planning: Please Don’t Delay It

Advanced health care planning is something most Americans don’t think about, but they should. You don’t want to get to old age and not be prepared to handle health issues in your senior years. You never know when a health crisis may suddenly occur.   Planning for health care in the future is an important…

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Kratom Tea For Anxiety and Chronic Pain, Is It Safe?

Kratom tea is being heavily promoted as a viable cure for anxiety, depression and chronic pain. It’s made by brewing the leaves of the kratom tree or mixing kratom leaf powder into boiling water.   The Kratom tree comes from Southeast Asia. In larger amounts, it has a sedative effect. Some people even use kratom…

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Cytophone Detects Melanoma Blood Cancer With 96% Accuracy

Cytophone is a non invasive device that detects and then kills melanoma cells traveling in the blood with ninety six (96) percent accuracy. It was developed by the National Cancer Institute (NCI).   The Cytophone uses laser beams and sound waves to scan circulating blood for melanoma cells. It does not require any needles or…

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