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The New Old Age: Dementia May Never Improve, but Many Patients Still Can Learn

ImageCreditStuart Briers He was a retired factory worker, living with his wife outside a small town in Wales, in the United Kingdom. Once outgoing and sociable, engaged in local activities including a community choir, he’d been jolted by a diagnosis of early dementia. A few months later, at 70, he wouldn’t leave the house alone,… Read More »

7 Meditation Tips For People Who’ve Never Meditated In Their Lives

In theory, meditation sounds easy—you sit in one place for a while, not doing anything (even thinking). But when you realise you have no idea how TF to magically make your mind go black—cue anxiety, which is basically the opposite of how meditation’s supposed to make you feel. Before you give up and turn on another episode of Riverdale, know that… Read More »