Grandparents 21 September, 2017
Aging is the main culprit of cognitive impairment. Other lifestyle-related risk factors, however, can also affect the development of diseases such as Alzheimer’s.
While Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s attack different areas of the brain and have different symptoms among patients, they have a common root, according to a report recently issued by Emory University in the United States.Read more
Understanding the lives of the elderly and providing them with healthy spaces is becoming a greater priority.Read more
The onset of this disease can be prevented through actions as simple as taking up a hobby.
Detecting depression in the elderly is not always easy, which is why it often goes by unnoticed.
There are many treatments that can improve the symptoms of patients who have Parkinson’s and provide them a better quality of life.Read more
Grandparents 7 December, 2016
When it comes to grandchildren, the ideal situation is for grandparents to be able to adapt to different situations, analyze the consequences and say “no” when necessary.Read more
Taking on this new role and being aware of what it consists of is fundamental to understanding its function in the family.
Over the years, not only do our bodies experience changes to our skin and hair color, our brains also lose their primary functions, completely transforming our lives.