Watching the News: Tips for Self-Care By Deniz Ahmadinia, Psy.D (courtesy of NAMI –National Alliance on Mental Illness) Recently, the… Read more »
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Substance Use and the Senior Adult Nancy Pilat-Renner, MBA, MA, LPC, CACI, NCC Director of Outpatient Services Three Rivers Behavioral… Read more »
On a bright sunny day many years ago, I remember leaning in close to my grandpa while we were sitting… Read more »
Taking time for smart eating is often sacrificed. When grab and go foods become the norm, it is tempting to overeat or to choose junk foods. Those hunger pangs may be satisfied briefly, but you usually end up wanting something more.
Cognitive health is a person’s ability to think, learn and remember. The most common cognitive health issue facing the elderly is the loss of those cognitive functions, or dementia.
Stress has been proven to instigate changes in blood sugar levels. For people with diabetes, this can be problematic.
Alzheimer’s disease remains the most common form of dementia. In the United States, there are currently an estimated 5.5 million Americans living with this disease, and if there are no disease modifying drugs developed, it may increase to 16 million by 2050.
by Annette Demeny Stress has been proven to instigate changes in blood sugar levels. For people with diabetes, this can… Read more »
Feet are the Foundation to Good Health by Katherine E. Pratt, B.S., D.P.M.; Podiatry Associates of Charleston, LLC There are… Read more »
Adapted from the CDC Each year, hundreds of thousands adults over the age of 60 are abused, neglected or financially… Read more »