Why the Low Weight Group Exhibits Worse Outcomes in Some Epidemiological Studies – Fight Aging!

Today’s open access paper outlines results from an epidemiological study, and is a fairly standard examination of the relationship between being overweight and outcomes such as increased risk of age-related disease and mortality. Being a modern study, it uses waist circumference rather than body mass index, as the most … Read more

“You’re one of the band!” – Group Music Therapy in Dementia

This blog describes one group member’s experiences in a weekly music therapy session, held in an NHS care home in Scotland. Morna* is a 74 year old woman living with a mixed-type dementia and attends the music therapy group regularly. When I arrive, Morna is sitting with some others in a … Read more

Launching a Working Family Caregiver Employee Resource Group

Caregiving doesn’t just happen during the work hours. In fact, as a sandwich-generation working family caregiver, I often had to use my time off for care, leave work unexpectedly, and make calls during the workday. Sometimes, my head wasn’t completely wrapped around work due to all the caregiving worries and … Read more