Reduce Alzheimer’s Risk with Lower Blood Pressure: Report

August 23rd, 2018

Some 150 million people worldwide are expected to be affected by dementia by 2050. However, there are a few steps that have been scientifically proven to reduce the risk of degenerative brain disorders like Alzheimers and... Continue Reading

Former Astronaut Buzz Aldrin Fights Family’s Dementia Claims

August 16th, 2018

Buzz Aldrin, the former astronaut and the second man to land and walk on the moon with the historic Apollo 11 flight with Neil Armstrong, is fighting with his children over control of his estate and whether he has dementia. Continue Reading

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Adult Day Care an Answer for Older Americans?

August 14th, 2018

We know what childcare is. Did you know there is an adult version? Adult Day Care has become a big part of helping older Americans and their families. As more people require long-term care services and supports families have... Continue Reading

Aging Parents are Stressing American Families

August 12th, 2018

Americas boomers are getting older. Just think about it for a second, Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones turned 75 in July, 2018. Bug Bunny, yes Bugs is now a very old rabbit and he too turned 75 in July. Many of these boomers... Continue Reading

State Filial Responsibility Laws Getting Kid’s Attention

August 8th, 2018

Filial responsibility laws have been around for a while. But now that Americans are living longer than ever, and more require long-term care services and supports, these laws are getting a fresh look by cash strapped states.... Continue Reading

One Million Dollars Might Not Be Enough!

August 1st, 2018

Dr. Evil in New Line Cinema's Austin Powers, International Man of Mystery wanted to hold the world ransom for one million dollars. That is a lot of money for most people but perhaps Dr. Evil should have asked for more money,... Continue Reading

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