If you’ve ever watched children on the playground, you know how effortlessly friendships are formed. A small group might be playing tag, and a newcomer
Picture for a moment how it would feel to struggle with the cognitive complications of Alzheimer’s. The people who are closest to you are no
It began with your inner circle, those closest to you, and it has gradually been spreading outward to good friends and acquaintances. Sharing your COPD
It may have been presumed, or perhaps blindsided you out of the blue—Mom has just received an official diagnosis for a progressive disease that will
What inspires you to get up out of bed each and every morning? The answer is different for everyone, of course, but there’s one commonality:
As we’re finally easing our way out of the pandemic, we’re discovering more about how it has impacted older adults – both physically and emotionally.
A new study sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association is revealing some surprising results in how dementia may present differently in Hispanics. While further exploration is