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Finding A Caregiver

Finding A Caregiver

Charles B. Inlander | July 9, 2023

Finding a competent and honest caregiver to help take care of a family member or loved one is a complicated…

The New Alzheimer’s Drug
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The New Alzheimer’s Drug

Sarah Kremen, MD | March 20, 2023

Just two years after the aducanumab (Aduhelm) controversy, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved another drug for Alzheimer’s…

The Miracle of Music in Alzheimer’s Disease
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The Miracle of Music in Alzheimer’s Disease

Borna Bonakdarpour, MD | March 20, 2023

In the documentary “Alive Inside: A Story of Music and Memory,” Henry, an elderly man with Alzheimer’s disease, sits despondent,…

The Topic You Can’t Discuss At The Holiday Dinner Table
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The Topic You Can’t Discuss At The Holiday Dinner Table

Sarah Hiner | December 15, 2022

The only things worth talking about are the things you can’t talk about…so said my Dad many, many times in…

Preserving Dignity at the End of Life
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Preserving Dignity at the End of Life

Lauren Starr, PhD, MBE, RN | September 4, 2022

Hospice is a type of health care that moves away from curative treatments and instead focuses on relieving pain and…

Vitamin B3 and Healthy Aging
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Vitamin B3 and Healthy Aging

Charles Brenner, MD | August 2, 2022

Vitamin B3 isn’t a single substance: It’s a family of three vitamers (similar but not identical forms of a vitamin),…

Fight Senescent Cells to Beat Aging
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Fight Senescent Cells to Beat Aging

Matthew Yosefzadeh, PhD | July 8, 2022

Every cell in your body has a predetermined life span. Some cells live for a few days, while others live…

New Advances in Hair Loss Treatment
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New Advances in Hair Loss Treatment

Sara Wasserbauer, MD, FISHRS | April 9, 2022

About half of women and even more men experience age-related thinning of the hair, but recent advances can slow the…

Longevity Science: Separating Hype From Reality
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Longevity Science: Separating Hype From Reality

Seema Bonney, MD | February 1, 2022

Scientists are starting to unlock the secrets of living longer by slowing the aging of our bodies and minds in…

Life Is Good at Camp Grandma
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Life Is Good at Camp Grandma

Sarah Hiner | December 30, 2021

“I don’t want to leave my home.” “Only old people live there.” “If I move into one of those places,…

Back to School Safety Across Generations
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Back to School Safety Across Generations

Jamison Starbuck, ND | November 4, 2021

Every year, I put together a back-to-school protocol to help children and their families succeed with the exciting, yet always…

The Surprising Cause of Peripheral Neuropathy
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The Surprising Cause of Peripheral Neuropathy

Mary Vo, MD | November 4, 2021

The pain arrives mainly at night: burning, tingling, or electric-shock stabbing that stymies sleep. Just covering your feet with a…

The Truth About Living to 100
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The Truth About Living to 100

Ann Louise Gittleman, PhD | October 15, 2021

You can live well to 100 and beyond if you understand how to eliminate the root causes of unhealthy aging caused by toxins in common foods, cooking methods and more.

How to Stay Safe In the Hospital
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How to Stay Safe In the Hospital

R. Ruth Linden, PhD | October 14, 2021

Americans die unnecessarily in hospitals, according to a recent study from doctors at the Yale School of Medicine. Prior studies…

LOOK YOUNG WITHOUT PLASTIC SURGERY OR DRESSING LIKE A TEEN
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LOOK YOUNG WITHOUT PLASTIC SURGERY OR DRESSING LIKE A TEEN

Sarah Hiner | May 20, 2021

8 Steps to looking and feeling younger. It starts on the inside and ends on the outside.