A test detecting Alzheimer’s disease early may become easily available thanks to one plentiful bodily substance: saliva, a recently released study shows.
A batch of new drugs that aim to clear the gunk out of the brains of Alzheimer’s patients are providing the best hope yet that it might be possible to slow the disease.
Exercise can prevent Alzheimer’s disease, and now research shows it works as a great therapy, as well. Vigorous exercise not only makes Alzheimer’s patients feel better, but it makes changes in the brain that could indicate improvements, researchers told the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference on Thursday. “Regular aerobic exercise could be a fountain of youth for the brain,” said Laura… Read more »
Don’t forget about our “Respite Care Program” Caring for someone in need of medical and emotional support requires tremendous energy. For those times when a caregiver needs some relief, whether…
Marlborough, CT – Marlborough Health & Rehabilitation Center has been recognized as a 2015 recipient of the Bronze – Commitment to Quality Award for its dedication to improving the lives of residents through quality care. The award is the first of three distinctions possible through the National Quality Award Program, presented by the American Health Care Association and National Center… Read more »
Some great tips from Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health….