Health & Wellness

Reversing Signs of Alzheimer's Disease

by Hilary Young on June 01, 2018

Thanks to a promising new study published in the Fall 2014 issue of the medical journal Aging, the nearly 5 million Americans who are currently struggling with an Alzheimer’s Disease diagnosis might have hope that their symptoms can be reversed.  This is especially good news considering that Alzheimer’s Disease is currently the 6th leading cause of death here in the United States.

Health Coverage for Everyone, Everywhere

by Amanda White on April 13, 2018

This past weekend, in honor of World Health Day, the World Health Organization (WHO) promoted universal healthcare as this year’s World Health Day theme. The goal of universal healthcare is to achieve accessible and affordable health coverage for everyone, everywhere by 2030.

Diagnosed with Prostate or Testicular Cancer? Benefits May Be Available

by Amanda White on April 12, 2018

Guest Blog Written By the Outreach Team at Disability Benefits Help

Questions To Ask Your Doctor As You Age

by Dave Tomar on April 04, 2018

According to Practice Fusion, patients over the age of 65 will have seen an average of 28.4 doctors over their lifetime. We place an incredible amount of trust in these men and women, even if the time we spend in their presence is often quite brief.

How A Good Night’s Sleep Can Lead to Healthy Aging

by Hilary Young on March 14, 2018

Sleep is the body’s natural defense against sickness and diseases - using this time to repair the cellular breakdown of the day. Though seemingly one of simplest habits of a healthy lifestyle – achieving a good night’s sleep remains challenging for millions.

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