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How Seniors Manage To Adapt

Mar 17, 2014 by Dennis Patouhas

Many older adults want to live on their own, without relying on assistance from other people, for as long as they can. But how often does that actually happen? The New York Times recently published an … Read Article

Restless Legs Syndrome

Mar 17, 2014 by Dennis Patouhas

Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS) also known as Willis-Ekbom Disease, is a neurological disorder characterized by an irresistible urge to move one’s body to stop uncomfortable or odd sensations. The sensations range from pain or an … Read Article

Does The Brain Get Tired?

Mar 17, 2014 by Dennis Patouhas

While the brain is not a muscle, it controls all the muscles we have and in some fashion, virtually all the other things the human body does. It should come as no surprise that without … Read Article

How To Squeeze Ten Pounds In A Five Pound Bag

Mar 1, 2014 by Dennis Patouhas

Benedict Carey wrote an article for The New York Times entitled, “The Older Mind May Just Be A Fuller Mind” and in it, he discusses how a multitude of research on the minds of the … Read Article

Why Is Core Strength Beneficial?

Mar 1, 2014 by Dennis Patouhas

According to CanyonRanch.com, many people tend to associate core strength with a flat belly or six-pack abs. While these may be motivating goals, there are many more benefits that come from improving core strength than … Read Article

Work, Women, and Caregiving

Mar 1, 2014 by Dennis Patouhas

Paula Span wrote an article for The New York Times entitled, “Work, Women, and Caregiving” and in it, she discusses the struggles women face in the work force and why providing needed care to relatives … Read Article

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