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3 Things You Need to Know about Neuroplasticity

Science used to believe that once a person had reached adulthood, the brain stopped growing. The thought was that, regardless of changes in stimuli, connections between neurons were stable and unchanging. Under this model, an injured or diseased brain would incur irreparable damage.

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Can the Right Movie Make a Difference for Seniors with Alzheimer’s?

We've previously discussed on this blog the potential memory-preserving benefit of listening to familiar music for seniors with Alzheimer's disease or other dementia spectrum disorders, and how memory care specialists are increasingly turning to music therapy as a method for promoting the conservation of cognitive function.

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Explore Ohio's Best Botanicals on Take a Hike Day!

November 17, 2014 is National "Take a Hike" Day, a day designed to encourage Americans to get out, get active and explore the environment around them. And although it seems somewhat boggling that a day dedicated to hiking runs so late in the year, when the weather is cold, there are nonetheless opportunities right here in the Buckeye State to experience nature in all its late autumn splendor— indoors or out.

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11 Fast Facts on Senior Health and Diabetes

November marks American Diabetes Month, instituted by the American Diabetes Association (ADA) to promote awareness of the serious, even potentially life-threatening consequences of diabetes and acquired metabolic disorder.

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