Posts Tagged ‘senior citizens’

Can Eating Fish Regularly Prevent Parkinson’s, Dementia

Eat fish regularly and prevent Parkinson’s disease and dementia. Have you ever heard of this? Is this true, is it possible? The answer is yes. Recent research, has found a chemical in fish that may prevent Parkinson’s disease.       Fish: Brain Food Extensive research investigated whether eating more fish can help reduce the risk…

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Assisted Daily Living Services Necessary For Growing Number Of Seniors

Assisted daily living services are necessary for a growing number of seniors age 65+, according to the CDC.       Assisted Daily Living: Current Statistics For Senior Citizens From January to September 2017, 6.6% of adults aged 65 or more years needed help with activities of daily living according to data released by the Centers for…

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Silver Alert Bill For Alzheimer’s Heads To Alabama Senate

A Silver Alert Bill passed in the Alabama house and now goes to the Alabama senate. The bill give helps find missing persons who suffer from Alzheimer’s.     Today, more than 5 million Americans suffer from Alzheimer’s disease and the numbers are increasing, according to the Alzheimer’s Association.   Silver Alerts: What Are They? Silver…

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FDA Standards Updated To Improve Alzheimer’s Drug Testing

FDA standards for evaluating Alzheimer’s drugs have been considered outdated by researchers for a long time. Finally, in 2018, the FDA is modernizing its approach and Alzheimer’s patients will benefit. This is great news for researchers working to develop much-needed medications.       FDA Standards: Alzheimer’s Drug Protocols Since the 1990’s the FDA required that…

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