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Virginia United Methodist Homes, Inc. Becomes “Pinnacle Living”

RICHMOND, VA–Effective June 19, Virginia United Methodist Homes, Inc., will change its name to “Pinnacle Living,” reflecting its long-standing commitment to better serve its senior living residents. Founded in 1948 by leaders of the Virginia Methodist Church, the organization has grown from a single community to seven communities across Virginia. …

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Alzheimer’s Association Launches Comprehensive Toolkit Following Medicare Decision To Cover Care Planning For People With Cognitive Impairment

WASHINGTON–Today, the Alzheimer’s Association announced the launch of the Cognitive Impairment Care Planning Toolkit for care providers. This comprehensive resource provides critical information and best practices for physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants to better provide necessary care planning for individuals with cognitive impairment including Alzheimer’s and other dementias — …

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New Movement To Legalize Perceived Age

ESCONDIDO, CA– Barbara Morris, publisher of the Put Old on Hold Journal and author of the soon to be released book, The New Put Old on Hold, has announced an effort to legalize perceived age for men and women who have  been routinely ignored, passed over and disparaged because of …

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Genervon Releases ALS, PD and AD Disease-Associated Gene Lists Modulated By GM6 And Encourages Researchers To Explore New Discoveries Beyond Single Target Drug Development Paradigm

PASADENA, CA–Genervon Biopharmaceuticals LLC (“Genervon”) has published a confidential list of genes associated with Parkinson’s disease (PD 46-59 genes, 2 to 1.5 folds, link: https://f1000research.com/posters/6-28) today during the JP Morgan Healthcare Conference in San Francisco. Mr. Winston Ko has also released a video articulating why Genervon is releasing these confidential …

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New Theory Identifies Remedy For The Aging Process

LOS ANGELES–The CompX Research Institute’s new theory of aging posits that the aging process is the result of the progressive divergence between phenotype (what we are) and genotype (our genetic design). That divergence is caused by environmental factors, with intense exercise being the critical factor. Humans are genetically designed to …

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Chen Senior Medical Center Expands Courtesy Service

MIAMI–Chen Senior Medical Center (CSMC) today announced expansion of its innovative program to help thousands of South Florida seniors avoid the nation’s fourth-leading cause of death, adverse drug reactions.  Part of ChenMed, the integrated medical practice offering affordable care and superior experience to tens of thousands of seniors in six …

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