New Jersey State Penalizes Companies Marketing Fake Elderly Care Tool

New Jersey State Penalizes Companies Marketing Fake Elderly Care Tool

On Wednesday 25th April, the New Jersey consumer affairs officials announced that three companies will be penalized and shut down for their misleading marketing of elderly care equipment. The officials, in a statement, said that the three firms were giving out misleading information in their advertisements. According to consumer protection...

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Leo G. Anderson | May 11, 2018

Yumi Makino Wins a Landmark Case for Seniors in Japan

Yumi Makino Wins a Landmark Case for Seniors in Japan

Yumi Makino, a retired harpist in Tokyo, recently won a landmark case which will bode well for the rest of Japan's elderly population who live in assisted-living facilities. The case was won against a prominent real estate residence which gave her a hard time during her stay which was marred...

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Leo G. Anderson | May 10, 2018

Why Opioids may be Doing More Harm than Good for Seniors

Why Opioids may be Doing More Harm than Good for Seniors

According to a recent Canadian analysis of trauma cases, elderly people who have prescriptions for opioids are at a higher risk of sustaining injuries from falls, which may result in fatalities in some cases. Researchers studied thousands of injured people who had an average...

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Leo G. Anderson | May 10, 2018

New Recommendations for Nursing Homes to Prevents Falls

New Recommendations for Nursing Homes to Prevents Falls

In the U.S alone, more than 33, 000 deaths of seniors happen every year as a result of accidental falls. Estimates imply that nursing homes will see anywhere between 100-200 falls per year. Fractures typically limit everyday activities and increased dependency. For instance, senior adults that experience...

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Leo G. Anderson | May 9, 2018

Enhancing the Health of the Elderly; Physical and Mental exercises

Enhancing the Health of the Elderly; Physical and Mental exercises

Most of the Americans over the age of 65 are struggling with basic physical functions. According to the center for disease control, however, walks can help reduce causes of premature deaths like heart attacks. As...

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Leo G. Anderson | May 9, 2018

Elderly Patients To Be Included in Clinical Trials As Early as 2019

Elderly Patients To Be Included in Clinical Trials As Early as 2019

As early as next year more elderly patients may begin participating in significantly more clinical research trials. This is good news for elderly patients because it means that doctors will gain access to important information needed to...

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Leo G. Anderson | May 8, 2018

Assisted Living Trends 2018

Assisted Living Trends 2018

Change is imminent in assisted living communities across the world, and US caregivers are no exception. What does the future hold for nursing homes and seniors looking for these services? Senior care news confirms that most, if not all assisted living communities are increasingly becoming aware...

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Leo G. Anderson | May 8, 2018

Are Pets a Danger to Nursing Homes?

Are Pets a Danger to Nursing Homes?

If you live with a pet in a nursing home or have a pet that comes to visit once in a while, you know how important they can be. A pet can help you...

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Leo G. Anderson | May 8, 2018

Eating More Cruciferous Vegetables Can Be Beneficial for Elderly Women

Eating More Cruciferous Vegetables Can Be Beneficial for Elderly Women

Elderly Women Can Now Easily Prevent Cardiovascular Diseases By Eating More Cruciferous Vegetables Highlights:• Eating more cruciferous vegetables...

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Leo G. Anderson | May 7, 2018

Con artist defrauded elderly people with millions

Con artist defrauded elderly people with millions

Glen Berg, 58, was sentenced to 87 months in prison by Nevada federal judge Jennifer A. Dorsey and paid $ 2,775,508.36 in restitution involving millions of dollar awards. This is one of Burke's schemes, which is mainly aimed at the elderly. Thousands...

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Leo G. Anderson | May 1, 2018

How To Build A Sense Of Community Between The Generations

How To Build A Sense Of Community Between The Generations

How can students and elderly people aged 80 to 90 create a community? This is already a fact. The Welcome Center, housed in the Leeds pub, is now attended by high school students Ralph Thoresby to meet in a table-tennis game with members of...

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Leo G. Anderson | Apr 29, 2018

A parachute jump when you are 100 years old

A parachute jump when you are 100 years old

Sam Westwood celebrated his 100th birthday with a parachute jump from a private runway near Bathurst. He is a local celebrity and lives in Trinity Creek near Bathurst in New South Wales. Sam was seconded to Borneo during the Second World War, worked on the Snow Hydromechanics...

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Leo G. Anderson | Apr 28, 2018

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