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Can Cold Weather Cause a Heart Attack? Stay Heart Healthy This Winter

by Skye Sherman    •    January 15, 2024

How to Stay Heart Healthy This Winter preview
We all know heart health is vital to a thriving life. But did you know there are different ways to protect your heart health during the winter months? Your heart performs differently in cold weather than it does the rest of the year.

Can Reading a Book Fight Alzheimer’s?

by Skye Sherman    •    May 29, 2023

Can Reading a Book Fight Alzheimer’s preview
Did you know that June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month? This might not seem important to you if you don’t know anyone with Alzheimer’s or other brain disorders..

Is Golfing Good for Your Heart Health?

by Skyer Sherman    •    May 15, 2023

If you know a golfer or if you’re a golfer yourself, you know that it’s an easy sport to love. Golfing fans will make any excuse to go golfing, and it often takes up large parts of their days!

9 Facts and Misconceptions About Senior Mental Health

by Nicole Sell    •    November 7, 2022

In our youth, we often take our mental health for granted. We chug Red Bull to get through all-night study sessions; we stay up late texting and updating our social media profiles; and we push ourselves to succeed in competitive academic or career environments. As a result of this hectic lifestyle, many young people are prone to mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, and stress.

Stolen Communication: The Heartbreaking Reality of Aphasia

by Skye Sherman    •    June 6, 2022

Most people have heard of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. But did you know there is another disease in the same family as these heartbreaking conditions? It’s called aphasia. Fewer people know about aphasia but it deserves some attention and awareness, too.

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