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  • Obesity Affects Insulin Sensitivity, Which Can Affect Cognitive Function Midlife obesity is linked to higher risk of cognitive decline and dementia in old age

  • Anxiety Identification in Older People Anxiety and stress management best practices include early detection of physical causes and symptoms of anxiety.

  • Trends for Baby Boomers Hitting 65 Starting Jan-2011 Aging is the brave new frontier for Boomers - who will the the oldest and largest generation ever. New health challenges will require new family solutions to cope with three and four generation family homes.

  • Rapid Response Teams and Quality of Care in Hospitals The growing use of rapid response teams dispatched by hospitals to evaluate patients whose conditions have suddenly deteriorated may be masking systemic problems in how hospitals care for their sickest patients, says a prominent Johns Hopkins patient safety expert.

  • What do Women Want? In health, that is! When it comes to health, women are more concerned about diet/weight and eating right than they are about cancer, cardiovascular/heart health, and diabetes.

  • Top 10 Health Concerns What matters to the people around you ... and what matters to you most?

  • Healthy Nursing Homes - Eden Alternative Senior homes and nursing homes can be better. The Eden Alternative is one sustainable model for healthier living conditions for shared living during vulnerable times.

  • Tips to Reduce Medical Identity Theft These tips can help seniors and Medicare beneficiaries deter, detect and defend against Medical identity theft.

  • The Future for Seniors...Genome Therapy, Implants? I've been thinking about the future...and what changes I'll see in the next 20 years or so.

  • Attitude: Julie Andrews Turns 69 :-) To commemorate her birthday , actress/vocalist, Julie Andrews made a special appearance at Manhattan's Radio City Music Hall for the benefit of the AARP.

  • Vision...Green and Sustainable Health Health is essential to life.  That's a given.  But health care in the US has gotten out of hand!  The number one cause of bankruptcy these days is health care!  Not a fire.  Not a business failing.  Care for one another.

  • Exercise for Health Exercise and activities keep seniors in shape physically, mentally and emotionally. Finding fun, therapeutic activities is a cost effective way to promote vibrant health.

  • Healthcare Policies Senior healthcare policies affect how long seniors can remain in their family home, as well as how much support caregivers can provide to seniors when they need individual care. Healthcare policies can be improved when policymakers receive ongoing information about senior needs from care providers, friends and family.

  • Research Research for senior quality of life, health and healthcare is centered in gerontology, Medicare and local senior services. Learn about best practices for yourself, your friends, family and community.

  • Medicare Medicare is an insurance program for seniors and some people with disabilities that provides extensive benefits and negotiation for lower rates for seniors with health problems.



Edited by Carolyn Allen, Managing Editor of Solutions For Green

Publication Date: 2/16/2010
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