Re-Engaging Through Art, Music and Dance
Is there a way to upend the limits of Alzheimer’s disease? Expressive therapies focus on what people can do
Fail-Proof Ingredients for a Glorious 2019
Take 12 whole months.
Clean them thoroughly of all
bitterness, hate and jealousy.
Make them just as fresh and clean as possible.
Scientists from the University of Colorado have determined that individuals older than 65 that run three times a week will likely burn oxygen at
Researchers from Houston’s MD Anderson Cancer Center determined that hospice care significantly increases survival rates among patients with metastatic (stage IV) melanoma, a difficult-to-treat
A pilot study from the Harvard Medical School indicates yet another benefit of meditation. The researchers tested 14 people with mild cognitive impairment, which
Serving yams with a holiday dinner helps protect liver health, new research shows. Scientists from the University of Mississippi and King Saud University, in
As a boy growing up in Havana, Cuba, Jacob Liberman struggled with reading—that’s one reason this Maui, Hawaii, resident finds it miraculous that he
Tips to Keep Them Merry and Safe
Holidays promise joy and celebration, but the festivities can also lead to stress and anxiety for people and
Six Ways to Bring On Joy
To truly enjoy the holidays, try these simple, research-based practices to maintain a healthy state of mind.
Tips from a Rock Star Doctor
The holidays can emulate a rock star’s life: a wearying travel schedule and social calendar, overindulging in rich food