Is it possible that there is one single medication that has already been developed that can be a treatment for not only leukemia, but Parkinson’s
For the first time ever, a treatment option that’s become increasingly popular in Parkinson’s patients – deep-brain stimulation – is being tested for stroke rehabilitation.
Those caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease know that as the day winds down, the stressors can ramp up. Sundowning, a common experience
When a heart attack strikes, as it will this year for many thousands of people, the countless ways their lives will change post-heart attack and
With many seniors reducing their exercise levels, they may feel they do not have to be concerned about dehydration. But in truth, up to 31%
As you may already know, aging and cataracts pair together like fish and chips. 90% of those age 65 and older develop cataracts, and by
COPD, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, is a progressive lung disease that affects millions of Americans, making it hard for them to breathe, and often
Loneliness and isolation are unfortunately all too common for many Southwest Michigan seniors today. The loss of a spouse, not having any family members in