Your Main Artery of Health

July 13, 2016

Your Main Artery of Health From the day you are born blood flow supports all healthy cell function. It is the foundation for living life to its fullest. Without robust blood flow your cells suffer and this can lead to all sorts of disorders as you age. Your circulation slows down because of our modern…

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It’s Not too Late to Get Moving – Exercise Could Help Seniors Stave Off Dementia

April 25, 2016

The following article was submitted courtesy of SFHN member Home Instead Senior Care It’s the kind of news that could help Mom or Dad get moving! Seniors – even those diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) – could stop cognitive decline with an exercise program of moderate intensity, according to a new study. It is…

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Words Matter

March 5, 2016

WORDS MATTER Living with Alzheimer’s and related dementias ought to be a lot easier today than just a few years ago; after all, much effort is on raising awareness that people with dementia are not sick or ill as such. Yet in spite of our earnest efforts, as a culture we’re still held back by…

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Youth May Fade, but Ability to Learn Does Not

September 14, 2015

  Are you terrible at remembering names? Are you worried it may be a sign of becoming older, or even worse, the onset of dementia? Worry not, my friends. Scientists at MIT and Massachusetts General Hospital are discovering that our ability to reason, learn, and recall information changes over our lifetime. In fact, some things…

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