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STILL ALICE author Lisa Genova explores the research behind her ground breaking novel. Meet a real life ‘Alice;” a woman diagnosed with Alzheimer’s at age 45.

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7 COMMON DRUGS LINKED TO HIGHER RISK OF DEMENTIA

These widely used medications can be toxic for older adults' brains
Want to keep your brain — or the brain of someone you love — as healthy as possible? Of course you do. So you’ve been learning about what to do: what kind of physical exercise to try, what kind of brain games to play, what kinds of foods to eat, what kinds of supplements to take, what kind of sleep to get.

RETIREMENT LIFE: WOMEN AND MEN DO IT VERY DIFFERENTLY

But a new survey finds one thing makes them both happiest
Imagine you’re about to retire. Clean slate, free days. What will you do with yourself? The answer depends, in large part, on whether you’re a woman or a man.

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How the ‘Divorce Mortgage’ Could Help Older Homeowners

Coming soon to a bank near you: the divorce mortgage? If so, this could be a welcome development for older homeowners who want to stay in their houses or condos after a marital breakup but don’t have the cash to do so. According to a recent article in the British newspaper, The Telegraph, some lenders…

6 Side Effects of Exercise That May Not Be Normal

You expect to sweat during a hard cardio workout or to feel your heart pick up its pace, and maybe your muscles become a little sore afterward. But sometimes your body does something unexpected. You shake, feel dizzy or otherwise experience a physical symptom that seems out of the ordinary. Should you worry — or…

How to Start Painting at Any Age

Megan Jackson is the kind of person people describe as an old soul. “It’s hard for me to really connect in my own age group, and that’s always been the case,” says the painter who created the untitled work that tops Next Avenue’s Artful Aging Special Report. “I’ve always had older friends.” Before Jackson created…

4 Ways to Get Your Encore Career Off the Ground

Many people over 50 hope to use their later years to make a difference in the world — as volunteers, nonprofit employees or social entrepreneurs. Yet all too often, the path to finding meaningful encore work proves more challenging than expected. I thought a lot about this while attending Encore 2016, a recent Encore.org gathering…

A Cure for Dementia in 5 Years?

The former head of the World Dementia Council says he is “optimistic” that a cure for dementia may be found in five years. Dennis Gillings, a biostatistician and the outgoing chairman of the Council, said “great strides” had been made in scientific understanding of dementia and the gaps in research, according to Britain’s The Daily Telegraph.…

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