Good Oral Health Brings Smiles to Older Adults

As you might expect, Walter Lamacki, DDS, a general dentist with Dental Health Onsite and editor of the CDS Review from the Chicago Dental Society, understands the value of good oral hygiene and a beautiful smile. Yet, many older adults in the Chicago area are unable to access or afford routine dental care, which Medicare […]Read More

5 Steps to Cut Back on Added Sugar

Let’s face it, sugar is a hot health topic these days. The average American eats almost 270 calories in added sugar every day — about 13% of total daily calories, according to data from the recent “What We Eat in America” National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. The majority of that sugar comes from sugar-sweetened […]Read More

Scientists Investigate Covid-19 and Risk of Dementia

At the newly opened Covid-19 neurology clinic at Loyola Medicine, doctors treat people suffering from chronic fatigue, headaches, impaired sense of smell and or taste, memory loss, troubles with other mental skills, and brain fog. Some people report having trouble concentrating; others can’t sleep. The symptoms are just a few of the common neurological and cognitive issues that people […]Read More

Mind Games: Brain Boosters for Older Adults

Bill Darling has always been up for a challenge. A former public relations executive with ComEd, the 78-year-old from the Northwest Side of Chicago has a higher-than-average IQ and an even higher hope that he will be able to continue working for years to come in his current real estate career. But to do that, […]Read More