What is the diference between Alzheimer’s disease and dementia? Dr. Gayatri Devi, board-certified neurologist and author of The Spectrum of Hope: An Optimistic and New Approach to Alzheimer’s Disease, explains that dementia is an umbrella term for the death of nerve cells and loss of brain function, while Alzheimer’s disease is a specific type of dementia.
Balance can become challenging with age—but with these four exercises you can stay steady on your feet and avoid falls and injuries.
Dr. Gayatri Devi, board-certified neurologist and author of The Spectrum of Hope: An Optimistic and…
Dr. Agronin discusses living a fuller life with enrichment, not fear.
Conversations with the Experts – Dr. Marc Agronin: Overcoming Ageism in America – It Starts with the Individual
Dr. Agronin discusses how society “gets it wrong” when it comes to its approach (and acceptance) of an aging culture.
Dr. Agronin discusses the evolution of aging and how you can experience an evolving, not eroding, life.
Don’t blame age on your balance problems! The problem is most likely caused by muscle weakness. These three easy exercises will solve that.
Dr. Agronin discusses how you can age successfully by finding your purpose and taking the five critical steps toward a more meaningful life.
Age is a process, not a limitation. Bottom Line Inc.’s CEO Sarah Hiner demands a social shift to stop ageist biases. It’s bad for us and our community.
Love handles, creeping blood sugar, blood pressure and cholesterol, hiccups in the bedroom can all hit men in midlife. But they don’t have to.
Get a younger-looking butt with exercises that strengthen hips and spine and counteract the butt-flattening effects of too much sitting.
If your bags seem heavier and you struggle to get out of your chair, you may have sarcopenia, or muscle loss. Here’s how to fight it…and why you should.
Are physicians really doing a disservice by prolonging a life that is rife with pain and suffering? The question is complicated and will only get more so.
Exercise benefits the body at any age, but a certain kind of exercise, new research…
QMy son is only 20, and his hair is starting to gray! Is this normal or a sign of a problem? AMost likely, there is nothing to worry about. The age at which a person begins to “go gray” is mainly determined by genetics. It’s the genes that determine when production of melanin (the pigment
QI’ve read that having a sense of purpose is supposed to help people live longer. Is that really true? AYes, it is. To explain why, let me give you a little background and a recap of some exciting recent research. First, let’s start with some good news on the human lifespan. Based on the latest
Soaking in the sun can leave you with more than just wrinkles. Age spots—those flat,…
If you have nagging joint pain in your hip or shoulder or suffer from mobility…
Is your voice making you sound old—maybe older than you are or feel? If you’ve…