CAT | Anti-Aging
A Matter of Law
Further, Freedman says it could really help to have an advisor tell you what is legal and how to navigate the differing requirements of state law.
Abraham J. Perlstein, coordinator of the Lifetime Care Foundation for the Jewish Disabled of the Ohel Children’s Home and Family Services in Brooklyn, N.Y., says he is particularly concerned that families get accurate information about the legal intricacies of making decisions for the elderly. (more…)
When Marcy F. Puklin talks to people about her work, she says she often gets the same response: “Why didn’t I know about you before?”Puklin is a geriatric care manager based in Westport, Conn. No matter where she goes, she says she encounters people “who have gotten lost in the maze trying to access services in order to plan and care for parents, aunts, uncles or other elderly people for whom they have responsibility.” (more…)
You can now tell your members that you have proof that exercise will make them younger. That proof comes from a small study of five men, conducted over 30 years. (more…)
With people becoming more aware of the role that occurring hgh play in the body and the excellent effect of its production, the number of HGH products on the market today is seemingly endless. You can find them in the form of mouth sprays, pills, shots, homoeopathic and Natural HGH products, powders, and herbal supplements; whatever the form, they are all powerful combinations of amino acid releasers that trigger the pituitary gland to increase the production of HGH to improve cellular growth and top body functioning.
The largest double-blind study of phosphatidylserine for dementia followed 494 elderly patients recruited from 23 geriatric and general medicine centers in northeastern Italy over a course of 6 months, half of whom were given 300 mg of phosphatidylserine daily. Participants ranged in age from 65 to 93 years, and they suffered from moderate to severe cognitive decline based on the Mini Mental State Examination and Global Deterioration Scale.
Hormone therapy has been discussed in the media in the past for its role in coronary heart disease prevention. Now new research comes to light that questions its benefits in this regard.
Over the years women who reach midlife have looked for ways to feel better and relieve the symptoms that this time of life can bring.
Many women turned to hormone replacement therapy as one answer. Its benefits were extolled in the media, and relief from hot flashes and osteoporosis looked good. Not only that, but studies such as the early Postmenopausal Estrogen/Progestin Interventions Trial (PEPI) suggested that it prevented heart disease. (more…)