Reminiscence therapy can help restore memories in dementia patients around the holidays
An analysis of several studies on reminiscence therapy for dementia suggests that it can improve quality of life, communication and mood.
There’s a common disorder that looks like dementia — but it can be cured
This disorder has many of the same symptoms as diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, including memory loss, but is actually curable.
Parkinson’s drug may help ease delusions for people with Alzheimer’s
Promising news for families navigating an Alzheimer's diagnosis.
17 helpful tips for sailing through the rough seas of middle age
We are in this room now. We must make it work.
There’s a powerful new strategy to fight obesity and diabetes, and researchers are hopeful
People with high blood sugar, high blood pressure or high cholesterol are often advised to eat less and move more. But new research suggests there's another simple tool to fight off these diseases.
Wish you could remember your dreams? Here’s what you need to do
Do you wish you could recall your dreams with more clarity? Here are a few expert tips.
4 signs you’re suffering from “skin picking disorder”
And tools to help manage the condition.
Why the holidays are a prime time for elder abuse, and what you can do to thwart it
You need to pay special attention to older adults this time of year.
Aerialist proves it’s never too late to join the circus
Fran Sperling, 62, believes she's one of the oldest aerial teachers in the country, but that hasn’t stopped her from flying.
Considering dental implants? Here’s everything you need to know
More than half of all Americans are missing at least one tooth.