Researchers at the UC San Diego School of Medicine
who believed they were examining connective tissue cell protein received quite a surprise when they instead came across a treatment to eradicate the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease
in mice. Not only that, but the therapy could potentially be helpful in a number of conditions that call for the need to replace damaged tissue: diabetes, spinal cord injuries, possibly even heart disease. [Read More...]
It may come seemingly out of the blue: you place your loved one’s favorite tuna sandwich on the table – light on the mayo, no onions – something which usually brings her happiness. But today, she forces the plate away and does not want to take a bite, insisting that you have poisoned the food. [Read More...]
After months of distancing, isolating and quarantining from family and friends, stay-at-home orders have been relaxed. But for seniors in particular, is it safe
to consider venturing out?
Regrettably, there’s no cut-and-dry answer, and many different criteria should be taken into consideration to come to the best possible decision for every single person. [Read More...]