Diabetes can raise the risk of dementia more than four-fold, according to new research.
Controversy regarding the purported link between the use of proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) or histamine H2 receptor antagonists (H2RAs) and risk for dementia continues.
Many of us take our hands for granted. We use them all day yet tend to overlook or dismiss issues with our hands as problems we hope will simply go away on their own. However, your hands—including the palms, fingers, and nails—can contain clues to your overall health, and certain signs may mean that one of your vital organs is in real danger.
Diet plays an essential role in the way that we can live our healthiest lives, mentally and physically, in almost every life stage. A recent study found that people with high levels of three major antioxidants in their blood are less likely to develop dementia.
The Inspector General found clear cases of unfairness, but in some cases of denial, an appeal can help. Read a summary and a link to the Inspector General’s Report here.
In some cases, Medicare is allowing retroactive coverage by granting “equitible relief” to seniors who have not enrolled. Review the article for important resources.