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The Case For Drinking Coffee Is Stronger Than Ever

There are few things more more ritualistic—and to many, more sacred—than a morning cup of joe. 64% of Americans drink at least one cup a day—a statistic that’s barely budged since the ’90s. 692 more words


Dealing With Dementia

When my beloved Grandma started to become forgetful, we would smile and put it down to old age. Surely it’s natural to forget things when you’re 80s? 715 more words


"Time spent frail in old age doubles"

A Newcastle University study, suggests that elderly people are getting frail for longer as they reach the final years of their life. According to the Seed project men spent 2.4 years on average needing regular care and women three years.  726 more words


Are Drug Combinations the Next Therapeutic Breakthrough for Alzheimer’s?

Finding a cure for Alzheimer’s or a drug that will even meaningfully slow progression of the disease is the Holy Grail for drug companies. However, the more we discover about the disease, the more we recognize its complexities. 624 more words

Memory Care

The Dance

She begins her hourly dance. It takes her ten steps until she can fully straighten her legs. She over-balances forward and threatens to fall into his arms. 2,144 more words