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Christine Kennard

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Drug May Slow Memory Decline in Alzheimer’s

There is cautious optimism that a new drug could slow the progress of brain decline in people with Alzheimer’s. Could a drug called Solanezumab be the breakthrough that we have hoped for such a long time in the fight against Alzheimer’s?

 

This month the pharmaceutical company Eli Lilli presented their new... Read moreChevron

Christine Kennard

Christine Kennard, Health Pro

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Aging Societies Look to Anti-Aging Futures

Some interesting research has recently been published by scientists from Duke University in North Carolina. They wanted to know why some young people seem to age so much faster than others. You can see it within your friendship groups or by looking at people you went to school with. Some of them just look so much older than... Read moreChevron

Carol Bradley Bursack, Minding Our Elders

Carol Bradley Bursack, Minding Our Elders, Health Guide

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Under Minding Our Elders, Carol is an author, blogger and columnist on aging and caregiving support.

White House Conference on Aging Part 2: Help for Aging Boomers

In part 1 of the two part White House Conference on Aging series, I focused on the new website launched by Health and Human Services atRead moreChevron

posted 07/16/2015, comments (0)|
Carol Bradley Bursack, Minding Our Elders

Carol Bradley Bursack, Minding Our Elders, Health Guide

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Under Minding Our Elders, Carol is an author, blogger and columnist on aging and caregiving support.

Tai Chi Reduces Falls and Improves Brain Function


Tai Chi, an ancient Chinese practice, is a self-paced system of movement where you perform a series of postures in a slow, graceful manner. This form of gentle exercise helps lower... Read moreChevron

posted 07/13/2015, comments (0)|

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