- Answers about diagnosis, treatment, risk factors, stages of Alzheimer's Disease. >>
- Detailed information on what Medicare covers and doesn't cover for diagnosis, treatment, and care of someone with Alzheimer's Disease.>>
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Here's what makes seniors feel and act younger
A pair of new studies points towards two potential paths to the fountain of youth.
Why seniors can struggle with swallowing
If you have developed swallowing problems as you age, a new study may explain why.
As the eyes go, so may the mind
A new study sheds light on how vision loss is linked to mental decline in seniors.
Seniors slow to embrace online access to doctors
Many doctors have internet portals to help patients manage their care. But that doesn't mean older folks will use them.
Even at 'safe' levels, air pollution puts seniors at risk
For older people, breathing in dirty air puts them at risk of being hospitalized with a dangerous respiratory disease, a new study suggests.
Deadly falls on the rise among U.S. seniors
The number of seniors dying from falls has increased dramatically over the past decade, U.S. health officials reported Friday.
- This is a list of addresses and phone numbers for Senior Citizen Community Centers in the Spokane Area.>>This is a list of addresses and phone numbers for Senior Citizen Community Centers in the Spokane Area.>>
- This is a list of addresses and phone numbers for Senior Citizen Community Centers in the North Idaho Area.>>This is a list of addresses and phone numbers for Senior Citizen Community Centers in the North Idaho Area.>>
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- An explanation of the difference between each and the resources to find help and support for patients and families dealing with memory loss.>>
- Assisted Living is for adults who need help with everyday tasks but they don't need full-time nursing care. >INSIDE: Find local providers>>
- Trained professionals are here to guide you through the evaluation of physical and emotional well-being and help determine what living or care situation is best for you or your loved one.>>