It’s Not too Late to Get Moving – Exercise Could Help Seniors Stave Off Dementia

It's the kind of news that could help Mom or Dad get moving! Seniors – even those diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) – could stop cognitive decline with an exercise program of moderate intensity, according to a new study. It is the first research to discover that exercise and improved fitness can impact cortical thickness...
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A Little Known Fact: Most Insurance Plans Cover Chiropractic Care

When you visit your doctor of chiropractic, feel free to have your insurance card ready. About 30 million Americans seek chiropractic care annually, and apparently not all of them know their visits are routinely covered by major medical insurance carriers, Medicare, workers’ compensation, and even some Medicaid plans. Part of the increased availability is a result...
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4 Ways to Help Families Navigate Senior Driving Concerns Submitted by: Home Instead Senior Care

Senior care professionals can be an objective voice when families are disagreeing about an older loved one’s driving future. Surveyed North American seniors, age 70 and older, are heavily dependent upon having a car and driving, according to research conducted by Home Instead, Inc., franchisor of the Home Instead Senior Care® network. Nearly half of these...
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