• Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month

    November is Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month. There are preventive measures people can take to lower one’s risk of experiencing dementia-related symptoms. Read more (and pass it on!).

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  • Think “Neuroplasticity!”

    By: Dr. Roger Landry  Think of the brain as a collection of millions of roads – 100,000 miles of neural pathways. And every time we wish to move, learn something new, recall a fact, recognize someone, or do any of the magnificent things our brain is capable of, messages travel along these pathways at hyper-speeds […]

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  • Rosewood Resident Champions Brain Fitness for the Masses

    By: Danielle Palli “Pass a kind word and a smile and you bless someone’s life as much as your own.” We could follow Helen Henton all day collecting shareable nuggets of wisdom, such as the quote above. Helen, a long-time resident at Rosewood (a Human Good community), can be best described as an optimist, a […]

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  • Maximizing Memory Ability in Older Adulthood

    By: Dr. Rob Winningham Maximizing one’s memory ability in middle and older adulthood requires a multifaceted approach. In this short article, I will summarize recent research showing how we can maximize our memory ability. Any one suggestion won’t have a huge impact, but all together they could have a very significant effect on not only […]

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