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Brain Plaques – An Alzheimer’s Indicator?

Though Alzheimer’s disease is a devastating illness that impacts millions worldwide, the causes are still largely unknown. A new development from Australian researchers may lead to a new way to assess Alzheimer’s risk. Initially reported in the journal Nuerology, HealthDay … Read More

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Digital Estate Planning

Most people recognize the importance of estate planning- even if you don’t prepare a will, laws are in place to manage your assets. But there are currently no laws on the books for managing your digital estate- e-mail addresses, social-media … Read More

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Increasing Participation with Dementia Patients

Patients with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia are at a great risk of under-stimulation, as their condition leaves them unable to start or sustain activities. LinkedSenior brings five suggestions to help increase participation among these patients. Descriptive prompts are words that are used … Read More

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Protecting Yourself from Hackers – Epilogue

Over the past few weeks, we’ve been following the story of Mat Honan, a technology writer whose ‘epic hacking’ exposed a number of security mistakes that many people ignore. Honan’s extensive hacking led to numerous discussions on ways to improve one’s … Read More

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Seniors on Facebook – A New Trend?

With social media becoming more prevalent in today’s society, more and more seniors are becoming involved in social networking- Seniors are a growing demographic, with more than half of U.S. adults 65 and older online, according to the Pew Internet … Read More

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Protecting Yourself From Hackers – Additional Steps

Wired Magazine offers another update on steps that you can take to protect yourself: In the hope of preventing you from experiencing a similar fate, we’ve listed a number of steps you can take to protect your data and your identity … Read More

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Protecting Yourself From Hackers – An Update

As a follow up to yesterday’s post, Wired gives us the following update: Apple on Tuesday ordered its support staff to immediately stop processing AppleID password changes requested over the phone, following the identity hacking of Wired reporter Mat Honan over … Read More

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Protecting Yourself from Hackers

From Wired Magazine, a harrowing look at the high personal cost of hacking: In the space of one hour, my entire digital life was destroyed. First my Google account was taken over, then deleted. Next my Twitter account was compromised, … Read More

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Improving Resident Engagement

From the Assisted Living Federation of America comes a surprising study on improving resident engagement. After a comprehensive three-year study, researchers found that the following factors encouraged social engagement in residents: The Ability to Age in Place Assisted living regulations … Read More

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2012 Olympics – An Exercise in Social Media

The 2012 Olympics are easily the most anticipated sporting event of the summer. The 2012 Olympics have made full use of social media, making it easier than ever to keep up-to-date on the latest developments. The London 2012 site and NBC’s … Read More

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