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America's sleep deficiency: Resolving the nightmare

Realizing that Americans are suffering from a lack of sleep is no eye-opener. Just look around classrooms, offices, the car next to you in traffic — the yawns and bleary eyes give it away. In a previous article, we discussed the issues that result from sleep deficiency...

source: By Bob Kowalski
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The AAGP Annual Meeting (#AAGP2017) is the premier educational event in geriatric mental healthcare, providing the latest information on clinical care, research on aging and mental health, and models of care. This year's theme is Integrated Geriatric Mental Health Care Through...

source: AAGP

Growing older can add challenges — limited mobility, retirement or death of loved ones — that can make life more stressful. Unfortunate circumstances can bring anyone down; however, being depressed for an extended period of time does not qualify as normal, including...

source: OCRegister

A preliminary study estimated that the Republican plan to replace the national healthcare overhaul would deliver a financial jolt to elderly, lower-income Californians, potentially leaving tens of thousands without coverage. The analysis by state insurance exchange Covered...

source: The Associated Press via The Washington Times

Researchers have used the MAX IV synchrotron in Lund — the strongest of its kind in the world — to produce images that predate the formation of toxic clumps of beta-amyloid, the protein believed to be at the root of Alzheimer's disease. The unique images appear...

source: Science Daily

Women over 75 faced a 33 percent higher chance of developing diabetes if they were taking statins, new Australian research shows. The risk increased to 51 percent for those on high doses. Clinicians are urged to be aware of the risks when prescribing and carefully monitor...

source: Science Daily

Alzheimer's disease, the most common form of dementia, currently ranks as the sixth leading cause of death in the U.S. In fact, it is estimated that 1 in 3 U.S. elders dies with a form of dementia. New research indicates that middle-aged people who experience sudden drops...

source: Medical News Today


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