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Artificial Intelligence Could Be Used to Predict Alzheimer's Disease

Over the past decade, science has made huge strides in the field of artificial intelligence (AI). We see it in our cars, our games, and even our homes. In a Read More

How to Help Your Senior Mom If She Has Asthma

Many seniors who have asthma weren’t diagnosed until later in life. An estimated 6 percent of seniors aged 75 and older suffer from asthma. If your senior mom has asthma, there are a few ... Read More

Living with an Alzheimer's Disease Diagnosis

Getting a life-changing diagnosis can be difficult, and truer words were never spoken than when it comes to being diagnosed with Read More

5 Essential Tech Tools for Seniors

From health benefits to social benefits, good things come to seniors who stay up-to-date on the latest Read More

Signs Your Senior Mom May Need Help at Home

It’s not always easy for someone to admit that they may need a little extra help, and seniors are no different. For many seniors who want to continue to live independently in their own ... Read More

Lighting Automation May Help Seniors Age in Place

Many seniors prefer to stay in their homes as long as possible. Sometimes, this means accepting a little extra help around the house, be it from family members or hired caregivers. ... Read More

Alzheimer's Signs Seen in Chimpanzees for the First Time

We are still not sure if other animals suffer from dementia. However, for the very first time, Read More

Awesome Activities for Seniors in August

Summer’s not over just yet. There’s still plenty of time to get outside and enjoy the warm weather before fall rolls in. If you’re looking for some fun activities to do ... Read More

World's Senior Population Expected to "Boom" by 2050

Currently, people ages 65 and older make up a little less than 9 percent of the population worldwide. A new report commissioned by the Read More

Staying Socially Connected Helps Alzheimer's Patients and Their Caregivers

Taking care of a loved one who has Alzheimer’s disease or dementia can be very isolating. The situation may make some family and friends feel uncomfortable, and talking about it can be ... Read More