• Brain Boosters for Seniors: Prevent or Support Alzheimer’s and Dementia

    As we age, how can we prevent or support dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease, and other age-related brain diseases? Looking at the scientific research, much emphasis is on curing neurological disease after it is well-established. Reacting to a crisis is logical, though, after many years of research and money spent, there is still no cure. However, preventing … Continue reading “Brain Boosters for Seniors: Prevent or Support Alzheimer’s and Dementia”

  • How to Minimize Your Glaucoma Risk

    Glaucoma is a serious eye disease with many risk factors. Some risk factors are controllable; other risks are not. The main problems with glaucoma are late detection, permanent damage, and no cure. People who skip going to the eye doctor often notice no symptoms until glaucoma is well-established. Glaucoma is often referred to as the … Continue reading “How to Minimize Your Glaucoma Risk”

  • Age-Proofing Your Eyes to Preserve Vision

    While Americans spend billions of dollars each year on how they LOOK, little attention is given to how they SEE. Seniors are especially vulnerable to eye diseases such as glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration, and cataracts, as well as hypertension-related eye damage such as retinal vein occlusion. The American Academy of Ophthalmology issued guidelines on aging … Continue reading “Age-Proofing Your Eyes to Preserve Vision”