As a 60-something, I enjoy researching the topics and have found many of the topics particularly relevant in my life and the lives of my friends and family. I’m pleased to be able to share them with you.
Articles in the winter issue of Brain World, cover new information on diagnosing and treating Alzheimer’s and other dementias, including reading virtual maps and yoga as a preventative treatment measure.
In honor of Black History Month, articles will highlight the roles of several African American seniors, including a medical marijuana shop owner, aged protestors of Donald Trump’s inauguration and the National Caucus and Cent on Black Aging
AARP Bulletin’s special report on Medicare highlights concerns about its future as a guaranteed benefit and the benefits accorded by the ACA including free preventive services and reduced prescription drug charges.
There is always hope in research, but you just have to be patient. In this program you will hear exciting news about the research that is being done right now, at the University of Pittsburgh in regard to whole eye transplants.
The article the Caregiver’s Dilemma in the journal Scientific American Mind includes the many aspects of caregiving including gender, culture and community, managing stress and social support as well as respite and the power of a plan.
Boomers between 55 and 64 are starting more small businesses than any other age group, including a wearable baby walker, a website to help people understand their medical bills, and Moose Tracks ice cream.