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Who Are CSA’s?

CSA Stories: Entrepreneur

Certified Senior Advisors come from many different backgrounds and serve seniors in a wide variety of professions. The CSA Stories Project followed CSAs in day-to-day activities to showcase who CSAs are, what they do, and why the the Certified Senior Advisor credential is important to them, both professionally and personally.

Famous and 65, Look who’s turning 65 this month

Famous and 65

Chris Evert was more than a tennis player, she was a tennis legend. Born in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, her father was a tennis coach and the game was a way of life for the Catholic family with five children, all of whom played.

103-Year-Old Woman Shares Secret To Long Life

103-Year-Old Woman Shares Secret To Long Life

QUINCY (CBS) – Ruth Kundsin proves the point that you are never too old. She’s 103, and just watching her workouts will make you tired. She works with a personal trainer at the South Shore YMCA ever Friday. And on Friday, she let us in on her secret.

Quantum Computing: The Future of Cancer Research?

Quantum Computing: The Future of Cancer Research? – Cancer Therapy Advisor

Cancer researchers looking for cures agree that the more computing power they have access to, the faster their research will progress. Right now, researchers share time on super computers, which are large clusters of computing servers all tied together and working as one.

Scientists ‘Clear’ Alzheimer’s Plaque From Mice Using Only Light And Sound

Scientists ‘Clear’ Alzheimer’s Plaque From Mice Using Only Light And Sound

Clumps of harmful proteins that interfere with brain functions have been partially cleared in mice using nothing but light and sound. Research led by MIT has found strobe lights and a low pitched buzz can be used to recreate brain waves lost in the disease, which in turn remove plaque and improve cognitive function in mice engineered to display Alzheimer’s-like behaviour.

8 Science Documentaries That Explain the Human Brain

8 Science Documentaries That Explain the Human Brain

A bedridden doctor turns the camera on herself, a long-running medical column hits the small screen, and a neuroscientist explores the human stories behind creativity. Photography by Chloe Cushman W hen in search of a quick answer to a perplexing health question, “Dr. Google” might start you off in the right direction – or a direction.

How to Boost NAD+: Molecule of Youth-Danger of Low NAD+

How to Boost NAD+: Molecule of Youth-Danger of Low NAD+ – SelfHacked

NAD+ has many important roles for health, including stimulating anti-aging activities of Sirtuins and the DNA damage repair enzymes. High NAD+ is necessary for healthy metabolism and mitochondria. In addition, low NAD+ can contribute to fatigue and several diseases. Read this post to learn more about NAD+ and factors that increase or decrease it.

Spare the Scalpel and Save the Gums…

In health literature the critical value of gum health in preventing heart disease and alzheimers is being found again and again. Here is a practical article on the subject.

Spare the Scalpel And Save The Gums

SOME PEOPLE are fanatic about jogging, others about swimming or yoga. Although similarly in the service of physical fitness and peace of mind, my fanaticism is of a different sort. Armed with baking soda, hydrogen peroxide, strong salt water, an electric toothbrush, a Water Pik, a plastic toothpick holder and the round toothpicks to go with it, I have become a ritual slave to oral hygiene.