Tag Archives: Memory Loss

Pomegranates Helping Alzheimer’s

Research shows pomegranates calm brain inflammation for Parkinson's and Alzheimer's

According to the American Alzheimer’s Association, over 15.5 million people provided 17.7 billion hours of unpaid care to those suffering from the disease in 2013 alone. That adds up to over $200 billion of care – and doesn’t even tally … Continue reading

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What is Geriatric Consultation and In-Home Assessment? An Interview with Mary Hulme

Mary Hulme on how understanding, education and communication elevate geriatric care

Today, SevenPonds speaks with Mary Hulme of Moonstone Geriatrics. Mary is a San Francisco native who “packed up her 1966 Mustang and headed to the University of California, Santa Cruz [to] receive her BA in Psychology”. When she returned to … Continue reading

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What’s the Link Between Wisdom & Alzheimer’s in Old Age? An Interview with Laura Anthony

Laura Anthony talks about fostering wisdom and growth in the midst of dementia and old age

Today, SevenPonds speaks with Laura Anthony, a public health professional living in Bradenton, Florida. Laura earned her Bachelor’s in Health Science from SUNY Cortland in 1985, and her Master’s in Public Health from the University of North Carolina at Chapel … Continue reading

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New Awareness Campaign for Alzheimer’s Brain Disease

Domenico Liberti explores symptoms of memory loss and advanced dementia in his campaign

Alzheimer’s disease has become one of the most prevalent forms of advanced dementia in America. According to the National Institute on Aging (NIA), the degenerative brain disease currently affects close to 5.1 Americans. It is a highly distressing statistic and … Continue reading

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What is Restorative Art? – An Interview with Beth Corwin

She brings all of her passions together in "The Restorative Arts" to help arrest and prevent memory loss in seniors

Beth Corwin is a Certified Activity Director with a passion in exploring, developing, and experimenting with what she calls the “Restorative Arts.” For over a decade, Beth has worked one-on-one with aging clients to restore body, mind, and spirit, sometimes … Continue reading

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