At any moment, anyone can start to make changes in his or her diet that benefit health, boost memory, and improve the ability to fight Alzheimer's disease. Learn other ways to protect against Alzheimer's and take a free Alzheimer's Risk Assessment at: www.memoryaid.org
Reducing Your Risk For Alzheimer's Disease - It is important to understand that Alzheimer’s disease is not a normal part of aging. Studies have estimated that perhaps 10% of folks over age 65 have Alzheimer’s disease, with the percentage increasing to 50% for those over age 85. Read more at: Reducing Your Risk for Alzheimer’s Disease http://www.exhibithealth.com/general-health/reducing-your-risk-for-alzheimers-disease-1085/
Best Movies and TV Shows for Alzheimer's Patients we often associate a film or TV show with the good (or bad) times in our lives. For people with Alzheimer’s, those links between certain movies and memories are not necessarily lost. In fact, movies can help bring back some of the best memories and even spark conversation.
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Poetic Twist: Bringing Dignity to Dementia Patients -- It's 9:30 on a Friday morning and Molly Middleton Meyer has traveled from Dallas, Texas, to work her way through neural pathways thought by many to no longer exist. She's seeking cerebral connections through a groundbreaking process of her own design, which is meant to not only engage, but also to creatively stimulate a group of residents at Serenades Memory Care Assisted Living in Longwood, Fla. The process is called poetry…
The New Retirement: Seniors in Canada This week, CBC News launches a series on life for people 60 years and older. Canadians are living longer than ever before, a fact that is radically changing the meaning of retirement. Many people see it as a time of reinvention, a time to try new things. All week long, CBC News will be publishing stories on seniors who are doing remarkable things in the so-called twilight years.
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Senior Citizens Help Young Children with Reading -- and Relationships