Release: Midnight Sun Home Care Celebrates 15 Years of Empowering Alaskans

Release: Midnight Sun Home Care Celebrates 15 Years of Empowering Alaskans
Anchorage, Alaska – Midnight Sun Home Care is celebrating 15 years of providing critical care services for Alaskans. Locally owned and operated, the Anchorage-based, boutique in-home care company was founded on the principles of helping Alaska’s most vulnerable populations. “Midnight Sun Home Care became my passion project 15 years ago because I felt a calling… Continue reading

How to Talk to Your Siblings about Getting Help for Mom and Dad

Watching our parents age can be tough; for many years they were our caregivers and when the roles become reversed it can be a challenging time for everyone. Understanding the level of care they require can be complicated and if there are many opinions involved, deciding on a care plan can feel impossible. Talking to… Continue reading

Men’s Health Month – Help Dad Stay Safe This Summer

What better time of year to celebrate Men’s Health Month than when the salmon are running and dad is out enjoying his favorite summer activities. Men’s Health Month is certainly about celebrating the men in our life but more importantly, it aims to keep them healthy by spreading awareness about the importance of preventative care… Continue reading

Avoiding Alzheimer’s – Healthy Habits to Keep Your Brain In Shape

Avoiding Alzheimer’s – Healthy Habits to Keep Your Brain In Shape
Read Grab the newspaper with your cup of coffee or sit back and enjoy the latest mystery novel. Reading keeps your mind sharp and stimulated, and can ward off dementia. Exercise Staying fit promotes overall wellness but keeping your blood pumping can also keep Alzheimer’s at bay. Increased blood flow to the brain reduces the… Continue reading

The Cancer Treatment That May Also Treat Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s

The Cancer Treatment That May Also Treat Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s
What if there was a medication that could treat not just one, but three devastating diseases: leukemia, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson’s? At Georgetown University Medical Center, researchers are hopeful that nilotinib is that medication. Now approved to use in people that have one kind of leukemia, a small trial is causing great excitement in its encouraging… Continue reading

Strokes in Old Age: A Brighter Future to Recovery

Strokes in Old Age: A Brighter Future to Recovery
For the first time ever, a treatment option that’s become increasingly popular in Parkinson’s patients – deep-brain stimulation – is also showing promise for recovery for strokes in old age. The new form of treatment is being tested on a stroke survivor and is conducted by implanting an electrode that stimulates a particular area of… Continue reading

Put Sundown Syndrome to Bed with These Tips from Midnight Sun Home Care

Put Sundown Syndrome to Bed with These Tips from Midnight Sun Home Care
If you have a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease, you know that oftentimes as the day winds down, the stress ramps up. Sundown syndrome, a common experience in dementia in which seniors become agitated, fearful, and restless during the evening hours, is exhausting for all involved. Concerns increase as family members try to keep the… Continue reading
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