Can Exercise Help Overcome the Challenges of Parkinson’s Disease?

Healthy Senior Man in GYMThe results of remaining physically active throughout aging are considerable, but for those with Parkinson’s, it could truly be a game-changer in the progression of the disease. Several recent studies are showing direct links between regular exercise for seniors and Parkinson’s, such as the largest clinical study to date, for which patients who exercised at least 2½ hours per week attained a greater total well-being than those who refrained from physical exercise. And that is only the beginning. [Read more…]

The Senior Malnutrition Crisis

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Remember Sunday dinners at Grandma’s, whenever the whole family came together round the table to enjoy a hearty meal, chitchat, and laughter? Regrettably, with many families now living at a distance from their older loved ones, along with so many pressing needs pulling us in numerous directions, it is difficult to keep on with this tradition – and it could be one among the countless factors adding to the dramatic rise in senior malnutrition. [Read more…]

The Radical New Thinking About Alzheimer’s That May Lead Us to a Cure

Neurology QuestionsThose of us who follow the latest research in Alzheimer’s disease are all too familiar with the troublesome amyloid plaques thought to be linked to Alzheimer’s. But could it possibly be that those plaques are actually helpful and could lead to an Alzheimer’s cure? [Read more…]

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