Guided by the goal of ensuring that family caregivers have the knowledge they need to care for their loved ones, her work has appeared in numerous online and print publications, and she was recently named one of Media Industry News’ "RisingStars in Media."

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These couples prove that you're never too old to fall in love! They met their mates in their 70s, while living in senior retirement communities.

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New guidelines are changing the way Alzheimer's will be diagnosed in the future. The examination of specific biomarkers is said to help identify the newly-developed pre-clinical stage of the disease.

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Music, videos and pictures have been shown to help people with Alzheimer's disease recall bits of their past experiences. Watching current events together might spark long-forgotten, treasured memories.

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The month of April has seen a record high number of country-wide tornadoes. Accompanying these storms are the stories of harrowing situations and survival. Those who have endured the storms repeat the same refrain--be prepared.

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Many individuals who have been diagnosed with diabetes simultaneously grapple with depression. New research discovers that the two diseases may be related and how treatment for one has an impact on the symptoms of the other.

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Recent research has surfaced, indicating that elders are not as good at multi-tasking as younger people are. MRI scans point to the source of the discrepancy.

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One of the greatest difficulties surrounding Mother's Day is how to properly celebrate it with an elderly mother. Having a mother who resides in a nursing home further complicates this issue.

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As their physical and mental abilities begin to decline, an aging elder is often forced to hire outside help or enter an assisted living facility. With the invention of tele-caregiving they now have another option.

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New research indicates that hoarding behavior among the elderly becomes more severe with age. However, a proven link between hoarding and depression has shed light on an effective way to put a stop to this frustrating and harmful behavior.

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Morning heart attacks tend to cause more damage to the heart than attacks that happen later on in the day.

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Senior centers across the country are modifying their programs and facilities to meet the demands of an aging population of Baby Boomers.

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A new study indicates that elders face an increased susceptability to falls because of age-related reductions in their brain's ability to gauge distances.

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A new study reveals that a significant number of elders are incurring unnecessary costs and endangering their health by getting colonoscopies too often.

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One in seven people who have strokes wake up in the morning with their symptoms already present. Even if these people are immediately rushed to the hospital, they will be ineligible to receive the most effective treatment for their condition.

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Having a daily glass of wine may help you retain your memories. A new study has been published that links alcohol consumption with a reduced risk of dementia in elderly people.

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Bypass surgery has been a go-to treatment for cardiac disease for many years. However, scientists have recently uncovered evidence that is changing the way this surgery is viewed.

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Recent research indicates that a large number of caregivers lack the basic knowledge necessary to handle an elder health emergency.

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Understanding your health insurance benefits—and those of your loved one—is crucial for ensuring that you both make the most of your coverage and do everything possible to keep yourselves healthy.

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Recent statistics indicate that the number of elders addicted to prescription medication is increasing by the day. Caregivers must be alert to the signs and symptoms of prescription drug abuse.

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Coffee sometimes gets a bad rap as an unhealthy, addicting beverage. However, studies consistently point to the numerous health benefits of this widely-consumed beverage.

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