What Once Was Thought to be Good For You Now Isn’t

Our knowledge of what’s healthy and what’s dangerous is changing and growing all the time You might be surprised to learn about some substances that physicians once thought to be beneficial to everyone’s health. From the Yahoo News website comes this trio of formerly...

Diabetes and Alzheimer’s Disease

A new study out his week gives more evidence that there is a connection between diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease. The study found that the link is most likely established because of the way diabetes affects the body’s circulatory system, especially in this case in the...

What Should I do if My Elderly Parents Won’t Eat?

What Should I do if My Elderly Parents Won’t Eat Loss of appetite and changes in appetite are a natural part of aging, but it’s still important to make sure seniors get enough nutrients. Poor appetite doesn’t necessarily indicate a problem, but there are some warning...

Is Alzheimer’s Care a Tax Deductible Expense?

Is Alzheimer’s care a tax deductible expense? Over the years I have been asked countless times by families “Are the costs associated with the care they receive at Dodge Park tax deductible?” While much of the tax code is subject to varied...

Family Meals Establish A Lifetime Of Nutritional Habits

Family Meals Establish A Lifetime of Nutritional Habits Eating together establishes good habits later in life, according to researchers at the University of Minnesota. In the study of more than 1,500 people, surveyed once during high school and then again when they...