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New research suggests that a faltering sense of smell might signal the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease, and that an inexpensive, low-tech smell test could spot who needs more extensive screening for dementia. In two different studies, the decreased ability to identify odors was associated with the loss of brain cell function and progression to […]
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German and French researchers have demonstrated that caffeine has a positive effect on tau deposits, one of the hallmarks of Alzheimer’s disease. They showed how giving regular doses of caffeine to mice bred to develop tau protein deposits in their brains slowed memory decline compared to control mice.
Caring for Elderly
Three in 10 cases of Alzheimer’s disease could be prevented if people led healthier lifestyles, exercising more and not smoking, research suggests. And keeping to a normal weight and reducing blood pressure would also help slow the predicted sharp rise in numbers getting the disease. The findings, published on Monday in the journal Lancet Neurology, […]
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Maybe your Mom or Dad was the one responsible for teaching you everything. I’m sure you can look back on the time your Mom or Aunt taught you their favorite recipe or your Dad or Uncle explained how to change a tire.  However when parents get older the roles are often reversed. Aging parents and […]
For adults over 50, the benefits of healthy eating include increased mental acuteness, resistance to illness and disease, higher energy levels, faster recuperation times, and better management of chronic health problems. As we age, eating well can also be the key to a positive outlook and staying emotionally balanced. But healthy eating doesn’t have to […]
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As any veteran caregiver can attest to, dementia has a nasty way of making a difficult situation even more challenging. So, when you combine dementia and depression together in a single elderly loved one, it can be especially hard for a concerned family member to know how to make things better.
Helping Grandma
Older adults are great at pretending that everything is “just fine” with them. That means their loved ones—typically adult children or grandchildren—must read between the lines and ask probing questions about the quality of their in-home care. Oftentimes older adults still view themselves as “the parent,” and therefore don’t want to bother their children or […]
Older people exercising in the gym
From regular exercise to stress reduction to eating well, adopting healthy habits is a great way for senior loved ones – and the rest of the family – to boost their energy.