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Why So Many Seniors Take Vitamins That Don’t Really Help Them

Two-thirds of older adults take vitamin supplements, but experts say most of them don't provide many benefits. Here's some advice on what and how much to take.

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Why Hearing Loss Could Be a Symptom of Cognitive Decline

Researchers say older adults with central hearing loss may also have mild cognitive decline, an early indicator of possible dementia.

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Just 1 Hour of Social Interaction Per Week Can Help Dementia Patients

Researchers say providing one hour of social activities can reduce agitation levels and improve dementia patients' quality of life.

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Is Brain Stimulation the Future of Alzheimer’s Treatment?

Deep brain stimulation has been shown to benefit some patients with Parkinson's. Can it also work for people with Alzheimer's disease?

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Trump Administration Relaxing Financial Penalties on Nursing Homes

Advocates are concerned that a shift in how penalties are used for nursing home violations may leave older residents vulnerable.

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How Robotic Pets Can Help Seniors with Loneliness

Hasbro branches out from its furry children's toys to provide robotic cats and dogs for older adults who need companionship.

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Why Don’t We Recycle Drugs Thrown Out at Nursing Homes?

An Iowa group has begun a campaign to recycle medications that are now tossed away at extended care facilities. They say reusing the drugs saves a lot of money.

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Intense Exercise Could Slow Parkinson’s Symptoms

Researchers put people with Parkinson's on a high-intensity exercise routine. They say they noticed a slowdown in the patients' decline in motor skills.

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Alzheimer’s Biomarkers Showing Up in Quarter of Americans Over Age 30

New research identifies signs of "preclinical" Alzheimer's. The data could help identify those with the disease earlier and allow for earlier treatment.

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Digging Into DNA to See Why Some People Live Until 110

The Betterhumans project is making DNA from supercentenarians available to researchers so they can study the genes of people who live well past 100 years.

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