Why Japanese Live So Long  ★ ONLY in JAPAN

Why Japanese Live So Long ★ ONLY in JAPAN

ONLY in JAPAN So you want to live a long life perhaps past a hundred years old. Japan may have some of the answers Welcome to Sugamo in central Tokyo. This place is nicknamed the grandma Harajuku. It’s a place where seniors come for high-fashion. Sugamo may be in Tokyo, but it’s certainly not like …

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Higher Blood Pressure May Lead to Brain Shrinkage

Higher Blood Pressure May Lead to Brain Shrinkage

[Music] it is clear that hardening of the arteries inside our brain and cognitive decline travel hand-in-hand something I’ve addressed before however the independent Association of Alzheimer’s with multiple atherosclerosis Collor disease risk factors suggest that cholesterol is not the sole culprit in dementia one of the most consistent findings is elevated levels of blood …

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Phil Stafford – A Look Back at Mental Health Services for the Elderly

Phil Stafford – A Look Back at Mental Health Services for the Elderly

(Instrumental music) In 1976, I was hired by the what was then the South Central Community Mental Health Center. Originally, I was working in the evaluation and research department. And I had been hired because they were looking for somebody with skills to interview elderly alcoholics that were participating in a research project there. But …

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Treatment of Depression in Older Adults | Evidence-Based Practices

Treatment of Depression in Older Adults | Evidence-Based Practices

[music] [music] [Narrator]: Retirement is supposed to mark the beginning of our golden years, a chance to pursue new interests and spend time with family. But for a growing number of seniors the reality is bleaker. Struggles with maintaining health, loss of family and work roles, and coping with the deaths of peers and loved …

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