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Caregivers often express concern that their loved ones aren't necessarily being totally truthful in talking with health professionals when they seek medical care. When they are with their caregiver, they may complain about pain, express frustration, or show memory deficits. read more

Changes in Body Odor as We Age

Published June 07, 2022 by Chad Scheib

Body odor is present in all animals including humans. In most cultures, the human body odor is considered to be an unpleasant smell. Although most people associate body odor with poor hygiene, this is not always the reason. read more

Multiple Sclerosis

Published May 13, 2022 by Donna Mae Scheib

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease affecting the brain, spinal cord, and optic nerve. MS damages the nervous system so that the brain has difficulty communicating with the rest of the body, resulting in a host of symptoms that can vary significantly from person to person. read more

Typically, as we age, our body shape changes, and along with this, the percentages of fat, bone, water, and muscle change as well. You may have noticed some changes in your loved ones and even in your friends, family, your acquaintances, and even in your own body. read more

Fall Risk and Fall Prevention

Published March 01, 2022 by Donna Mae Scheib

While falls leading to injury are possible at all ages, falls can be devastating to older people. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), one out of four older people falls each year. read more

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