10 causes of an itchy face
A person might experience an itchy face for a variety of reasons. In this article, learn more about the possible causes and how to treat them.
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How does a hot flash feel?
A hot flash is a sudden feeling of heat in the upper body, including the chest, arms, neck, and face. An increased heart rate and flushing can also occur. Learn more here.
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Q&A: LGBT patients with Alzheimer's disease and their caregivers face specific challenges
Currently, 1.1 million LGBT individuals in the United States are aged 65 years or older, and recent estimates have predicted that this population will grow to 7 million by...
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New study aims to understand surrogate decision challenges for LGBT patients with Alzheimer's
Facing Alzheimer's disease in a loved one is challenging under any circumstances but may be even more challenging when the patient is lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender .
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Win a Dude Ranch Vacation in Random Drawing
Discover the luxuries of silence, the wind on your face and the stars shining brightly at Elkhorn Ranch, Arizona
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The perils of space travel: Study on mice shows spaceflight negatively affects cartilage, damage linked to osteoarthritis
Space travel is rough on the health of astronauts. Among the many health problems they experience, a new study has warned that astronauts also face the risk of cartilage loss...
2 monthes ago - Natural News
Aducanumab About-face: Experts Weigh In
There's mixed reaction among Alzheimer experts following the recent announcement by the drug company Biogen that it will pursue regulatory approval of its investigational drug...
2 monthes ago - Medscape
How Training For a Half-Marathon - and Then a Full - Helped Me Overcome My Grief
I started running when I lost my grandma earlier this year. She had Stage 7 Alzheimer's, and though my yiayia was no longer the same person I had known my entire life, we...
2 monthes ago - PopSugar
Study finds heightened risk of adverse financial outcomes prior to Alzheimer's diagnosis
Prior to an Alzheimer's diagnosis, a person in the early stages of the disease faces a heightened risk of adverse financial outcomes -; a likely consequence of compromised...
2 monthes ago - News Medical - 2 articles
Stop Me if You've Heard This One: A Robot and a Team of Irish Scientists Walk Into a Senior Living Home
It's karaoke-rehearsal time at Knollwood Military Retirement Community, a 300-bed facility tucked away in a leafy corner of northwest Washington, D.C. Knollwood resident and...
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Hot Flashes may Affect Your Memory Performance
Hot flashes, the most common menopause symptom, can affect memory performance in most women, reveals a new study.
8 Lifestyle Habits That Can Improve Senior Wellbeing
As we grow older, it's unavoidable that our health will begin to decline. No matter how fit and healthy you are, the aging process is one that can't be escaped, so if you've...
A microdose lithium formulation could halt signs of Alzheimer's pathology
There remains a controversy in scientific circles today regarding the value of lithium therapy in treating Alzheimer's disease.
Utica Urology Tips For Maintaining A Healthy Urinary Tract
Utica, New York, is home to different establishments where you can get your sweet fix. You can find dessert shops in Franklin Square and near the corner of St. Marianne and...
Research underway to compare intracameral vs. topical moxifloxacin for...
KOLOA, Hawaii - Despite mounting research, there is no FDA approved intracameral antibiotic for cataract surgery prophylaxis of infection in the United States, Francis S. Mah...
Non-hormonal options are effective in treating menopause symptoms
The classic symptoms of menopause - hot flashes, sleeplessness, and vaginal dryness - have typically been treated with estrogen therapy. Studies published today report that...
School District Blocks Student From Graduation Ceremony Because Of His...
School dress codes that prohibit certain hairstyles aren't doing anything good for students Texas student DeAndre Arnold hasn't been able to attend his classes for the last few...
Early Menopause Tied to More Health Problems Later on
Women who suffer premature menopause at age 40 or younger have an increased risk of experiencing multiple health problems in their 60s, according to new research from...
Black teen told he must cut off dreadlocks in order to walk at graduation
DeAndre Arnold, a senior at a Texas High School, was suspended and told to cut his dreadlocks to meet the school's dress code and walk at graduation.
Living near major roads linked to higher incidence of neurological disorders
Living near major roads or highways is linked to higher incidence of dementia, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease and multiple sclerosis , suggests new research published...