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In this issue: The new CMS Mega Rule, musical memory therapy, infection preventionists, wander management and more.
Grandma’s cooking brings back fond memories for Senior Editor Nicole Stempak who considers the power—and importance—of food traditions.
Can your diet delay the onset of dementia? Researchers are finding that what you eat can be a key part of a brain-healthy lifestyle.
A chef who's spent years in France and a career in fine dining will now be dishing up meals at a Tennessee independent living facility.
What's the secret to a long and healthy life? CNN's Chief Medical Officer Sanjay Gupta speaks on health, wellness and longevity at this week's LeadingAge Annual Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana.
When it comes to malnutrition among older adults, quality matters more than quantity.
An outreach program dishes up healthy and tasty eats to help seniors get the nutrients they need and make meal time a not-to-be-missed social affair.
Resident blogger Kathy Mears doesn’t know how meal plans are made, but she knows that when she’s eating simply to eat and not for enjoyment, the food doesn’t taste as delicious.
Increasing awareness about the stages of advanced dementia can help families make more informed decisions on tube feeding.
Industry innovators are pushing the meal ticket far beyond fish sticks and apple slices.
A new study suggests weekly meetings and other peer meetups are key to helping aging women in the sexual minority speak up and get active.
An eight-site accountable care organization (ACO) is using point-of-care HbA1c testing, care management and nutrition intervention to bring its population of patients in good control of their Type 2 diabetes from 12 percent to nearly 50 percent.
Food cravings have SNF resident blogger Kathleen Mears ready for a warm, crunchy taco, but some foods just aren't the same when reheated.