Alzheimer’s Disease

New VA Care Options, Plus You Are As Old As the Words You Use #63

  This week on Parents Are Hard To Raise… Can our words, thoughts and actions really change our physical age? Plus… a new government program promises help for aging Veterans. But will this new brainstorm be the panacea they promise, or just another government engineered nightmare waiting to happen? Links

Exercise and Nutrition For Healthy Aging #59

Listen on  iHeart Radio We know the role exercise, nutrition and lifestyle choices play in OUR health. But what about our aging parents? Is there ever a point at which it is too late to exercise… a point where risk of injury and potential for pain outweigh the benefits? Diane’s

Music’s Healing Power Over Pain, Dementia and Disease #58

  Music has the power to lift our mood or bring us to tears. It can spark vivid memories that instantly transport us back in time. But what about those who those whose memories are locked inside?   This week on Parents Are Hard to Raise, Diane’s special guest, Dan Cohen—founder and executive

How a Common Over-the-counter Drug Could Put an End to Alzheimer’s Disease

Neuroscientists are suggesting...    if started early enough, a daily regimen of ibuprofen can prevent the onset of Alzheimer's disease. By Diane Berardi Gerontologist and Radio Talk show host of Parents Are Hard To Raise Available on demand on iHeart Radio A Vancouver-based research team led by Canada's most cited neuroscientist, Dr. Patrick McGeer, has

Why Me! What to do when life becomes unfair Episode #52

  This week on Parents Are Hard To Raise… Diane confronts the question: Why Me! What to do when life becomes unfair. Plus… What’s behind the mysterious spike in Vasectomies in the month of March, every year in America? Links  Take Diane with you and listen

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