Category Archive for "Science"

Tracking Seniors in the Future

Jan 12 2016

Hopefully we can put fears to rest about tracking seniors and constantly monitoring their location in the future. While it may seem…

2014 Chicago Walk to End Alzheimer’s – New Team Kickoff Event

Aug 21 2014

On Sunday, September 28th, 2014 the Chicago Walk to End Alzheimer’s is taking place at Montrose Harbor! The Chicago Walk Planning Committee…

Mayo Clinic: Diabetes and Alzheimer’s linked

Apr 22 2013

Mayo Clinic shares how reasearch suggests these two are linked as well as ways to start preventation NOW… Diabetes may increase your risk…

Senior Housing News: Technology

Apr 18 2013

 Senior Housing News give a look at the new pill management system that will launch in the US later this year.  What…

Mayo Clinic: On Gratitude

Apr 15 2013

When dealing with such adversity, it's hard to remember those things you do have to be thankful for.  This Mayo Clinic article…

New Old Age: Caregiving From Another Continent

Apr 10 2013

I wanted to share these accounts of caregiving, that New Old Age featured, from the other side of the world.  Could you…

Mayo Clinic: Exercising with osteoporosis: Stay active the safe way

Apr 08 2013

Staying fit while aging can be tricky, but so essential for a longer, happier life.  The key is figuring out the best…

AARP: Health Bulletin

Apr 05 2013

How do you guys feel about these new Take Care Clinics at Walgrens (available in the dark gray states)?  I think it's…

New Old Age: Medical Issues

Mar 14 2013

To echo the sentiments of yesterday's post… here's more evidence, from New Old Age, to support why being active is so important…

New Old Age: Health Care

Mar 05 2013

It's always great to read about new initiatives in healthcare, especially ones that not only involve helping our elderly, but focus on…