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Special memory care issue: Gaming tech meets brain health, new views on Alzheimer's research, CMS ethics compliance and more.
A recent Food and Drug Administration analysis found it’s difficult to practice evidence-based medicine for seniors because there isn’t enough data on how treatments may affect them.
Gait slowing and cognitive decline have a lot in common, especially the hippocampus, according to U. Pitt researchers.
Those with the movement disorder are nearly four times more likely to have skin cancer in their history, while those who have had skin cancer may have a higher risk of developing Parkinson's disease, a new study finds.
A medication for type 2 diabetes called metformin is the subject of a study exploring the possible effects of the drug on the development of dementia.
AARP concluded in a recent report that states are improving long-term services and supports (LTSS) but aren’t keeping pace with growing demand.
The two companies have been partners since 2014, and are now combining their efforts in diabetes disease management.
Two residents in a Florida retirement community tested positive for Legionnaires’ disease.
A new interdisciplinary minor will focus on healthcare at the intersection of medicine and healing.
A Good Samaritan rehabilitation unit has closed because it has had trouble filling and maintaining necessary nursing levels.
The brain deterioration associated with multiple sclerosis can hinder a person’s ability to interact with an accurate social context, says a new study in Neurology journal.
An Iowa program uses evidence-based findings to help seniors stay independent longer and avoid falls.
New research has found aging blood vessels is more of a reflection of a sedentary culture than genetics, suggesting healthy aging is possible.