Polypill not linked to reduced cognitive decline in seniors
Jan 30, 2023
But polypill with or without aspirin is associated with reduced functional decline for those aged 65 years or older with cardiovascular risk factors
People with dementia deserve respect on social media
Jan 31, 2023
Imagine that you were scrolling through a social media site and someone you worked with or one of your family members posted an image or video of you that was less than flattering. Everyone not only saw...
Connect with employees to address burnout, experts say
Dec 21, 2022
Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, MD, sounded an urgent alarm to the healthcare industry last spring as the COVID-19 pandemic was ebbing. Burnout, he said, had become a crisis among overworked, stressed-out...
Hearing aids can lessen cognitive decline
Dec 07, 2022
Restoring hearing through the use of hearing aids and cochlear implants was linked to a decrease in cognitive decline in some patients and even improved cognition in others, according to a new study.
Home care firms team up on dementia training
Oct 11, 2022
ComForCare is teaming up with At Your Side Home Care on a memory care training program to help home care teams address dementia-related challenges.
Telehealth could aid in detecting, treating hearing loss
Sep 21, 2022
Telehealth has expanded access to healthcare for millions of Americans during the COVID-19 pandemic; now experts say it could do the same for hearing health.
Poor periodontal health linked to cognitive decline, dementia
Sep 08, 2022
Independent association seen for tooth loss with increased risk for both cognitive decline and dementia
Study finds exercise is key to a longer life
Aug 26, 2022
Walking, swimming, playing tennis or golf could lower the risk of death for older adults from any cause, including cancer and heart disease, according to a new study
Learnings from the home care community: 100 podcasts later
Aug 25, 2022
We believe one of the unique aspects of All Home Care Matters is the wide-ranging guests and organizations that we have had the privilege of interviewing and welcoming to the show.
Older couch potatoes at higher risk of developing dementia, study finds
Aug 25, 2022
You may want to think twice before grabbing that remote. A new study finds that adults 60 and older who sit for long stretches watching TV or are passively sedentary in other ways are at increased risk...