Monthly Archives: March 2013

Sinus Congestion and Dementia: Is There A Link?

By Tom Rotz Sinus congestion. Sore feet. Loose dentures. These may seem like minor issues, but results from a 10-year study of more than 7,200 cognitively-healthy 65-year-olds show that these problems could lead to an increased risk of developing dementia. … Continue reading

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Dr. Nussbaum’s Essential Lifestyle Factors for Brain Health

Dr. Paul Nussbaum, clinical neuropsychologist and Adjunct Professor of Neurological Surgery at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, recently visited The Kenwood by Senior Star. His book, “Save Your Brain,” was named to AARP’s list of “Top Five Books … Continue reading

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Retirement and Hospitality in the 21st Century

By Tom Rotz Picture this: long, vanilla-colored hallways with low, yellow lights that flicker and buzz like misplaced mosquito lamps. Small rooms with hospital-like beds and furniture unchanged since the late 1970s. Mushy, flavorless meals served on compartmentalized plates that … Continue reading

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