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The Tension Between Cultural Values and Getting the Help You Need.
Getting lost can affect caregivers and families of older people with dementia – now, a Bluetooth tracking device can assist the search for their loved ones.
Nick Walsh, updates us on the fast-moving developments in the eye care sector, specifically on the design & manufacture of frames for glasses.
A Parkinson's watch is being given to patients with the condition, in an effort to improve NHS remote monitoring.
Dr Lynn Woods, Professor in the Department of Doctoral Programs, School of Nursing, Azusa Pacific University, provides further analysis of Latinx developing dementia, including systems of healing & the challenge of behavioural symptoms.
The healthier pre-industrial lifestyles which Indigenous communities live by present solutions in preventing Alzheimer’s and dementia – as seen in their lower rates of the disease.
Keith Valentine, Chief Executive of Fight for Sight, explains why eye health research needs to be on the political agenda.
Aquarate’s revolutionary fluid intake monitoring technology is helping to eradicate the problem of dehydration in the elderly community
Richard Armstrong, head of registries at NEC Software Solutions UK, puts real-world evidence under the microscope and examines how, as our population ages it has the power to speed up medical interventions at scale.
Cecilia Van Cauwenberghe from Frost & Sullivan’s TechCasting Group, provides several perspectives on dehydration in older adults in care homes, starting with a general overview.
Dr Deborah Lee from Dr Fox Online Pharmacy, considers the role of physical activity to prevent chronic diseases
Middle to older aged adults can improve their brain function with daily physical activity, with researchers finding a direct correlation between these variables.
Possible new tech could help reduce malnutrition, improving overall health in long-term care homes using Artificial Intelligence
Keeping the ageing population as active as possible, enhances the connections between neurons to maintain healthy cognition.
Professor Sheardown shows C20/20 Innovation Hub at McMaster University leading the way for ophthalmic academic and translational research
Senior Director of the Center for Healthy Aging, at the National Council on Aging, illustrates the ways that hydration is key to staying healthy as we age
Gail Howard, Care Home Manager of Lakeside Nursing and Residential Home, discusses her view on the management of dehydration in care homes.
Research shows that a new form of non-invasive brain surgery using a focused form of ultrasound will prove invaluable for with Parkinson’s symptoms.
The death rate from Parkinson’s disease has risen by 63% in the United States, according to a new study.
Experts Diane Bunn, Ellice Parkinson and Lee Hooper discuss the problem of dehydration particularly in care homes, first of all asking us to grab a coffee, tea, water, or juice before reading on...