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Medical Conditions

Nothing makes life after 60 harder than medical conditions. From post menopause symptoms and Alzheimer’s to hearing loss and mobility issues, we have answers to your questions.

4 Things You Need to Know About a New Dementia Diagnosis
1 year ago

4 Things You Need to Know About a New Dementia Diagnosis

The recent PBS documentary, Alzheimer’s: Every Minute Counts, sounded an alarm and a wakeup call to the devastation being caused by dementia, including Alzheimer’s. As more and more people become impacted, it’s important to help family members, including children and the community-at-large, understand the disease so everyone knows how they can help.  Read More

5 Things Every Woman Over 60 Should Do to Prepare for a Doctor’s Visit
1 year ago

5 Things Every Woman Over 60 Should Do to Prepare for a Doctor’s Visit

I’ve been on both sides of the exam table, as a patient and as a nurse in a busy internal medicine practice. I’d like to share some tips on how to prepare for a visit with your doctor. Read More

The Truth About Lewy Body Dementia: Separating Fact from Fiction
1 year ago

The Truth About Lewy Body Dementia: Separating Fact from Fiction

Dementia is largely a mysterious disease. What do we really know about it and its different branches? Join us in conversation with Lori La Bey who talks about the symptoms of Lewy Body Dementia. Enjoy the show! Read More

Marijuana, Champagne, Exercise and the Truth About Alzheimer’s Prevention
1 year ago

Marijuana, Champagne, Exercise and the Truth About Alzheimer’s Prevention

When Alzheimer’s strikes there is no going back. Are there any ways to slow down or even prevent the disease? Join us in conversation with Lori La Bey who is here to expose the truth about things that help and things that don’t. Enjoy the show! Read More

Adult ADHD: A “Dirty Little Secret” or “Sigh of Relief?” 
1 year ago

Adult ADHD: A “Dirty Little Secret” or “Sigh of Relief?” 

Publicly, “Barbara” is the picture of success. She’s well educated, has worked in some top tier jobs and has a joie de vivre that everyone admires. Behind closed doors, however, she hides an uncomfortable truth known only to her closest friends and family: she can’t stay organized.  Read More

6 Natural Flu and Cold Remedies, Just in Time for Winter!
1 year ago

6 Natural Flu and Cold Remedies, Just in Time for Winter!

‘Tis the season for get-togethers, gift exchanges and goodwill.

But it’s also the season for colds and flus.

The best defense is offense. Wash your hands for 20 seconds when touching or near contagious people or shared items. Use the hand wipes provided in grocery stores to wipe the handles of shopping carts. Read More

Osteopenia and Osteoporosis – Knowing the Difference and Protecting Your Bone Health
1 year ago

Osteopenia and Osteoporosis – Knowing the Difference and Protecting Your Bone Health

Both osteopenia and osteoporosis are conditions that indicate an issue with bone mineral density.

Osteopenia is considered by many doctors to be the precursor to osteoporosis. However, not everyone who is diagnosed with osteopenia will develop osteoporosis. And not everyone who is diagnosed with osteopenia will retain that diagnosis. Read More

10 Questions to Ask About Your Heart Health After 50
1 year ago

10 Questions to Ask About Your Heart Health After 50

You have more control over your heart health than you might think. In fact, researchers estimate that almost one in three heart attacks are linked with eating an unhealthy diet while an unhealthy lifestyle – smoking, not exercising, drinking too much alcohol – accounts for many of the others. Read More

Exploring the Powerful Benefits of Acupuncture for Seniors
1 year ago

Exploring the Powerful Benefits of Acupuncture for Seniors

If my wife had never scolded me on that Sunday, I probably never would have gone to my first acupuncture session. And if it weren’t for acupuncture, I’m certain I wouldn’t feel as good as I do today. Read More

5 Positive Lifestyle Changes That Improve the Stages of Dementia
2 years ago

5 Positive Lifestyle Changes That Improve the Stages of Dementia

There is huge media interest these days about dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

Every day it seems there is a newspaper headline talking about a supposed cure or a celebrity who has been affected. Research indicates that because we are more aware of it, we are more afraid of it. Read More

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