Year: 2016

Alzheimer’s Disease – Science Sets Sail To Meet The Tsunami
February 3, 2016 Blog Post Snowfish

The Grim Facts About Alzheimer’s Disease It’s been called a coming “tsunami” with good reason. One in eight elder Americans have Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) and one in three elder Americans die with AD or another dementia. As baby boomers enter their golden years, the AD population is expected to nearly treble from 5.3 million in
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Singing Away The Pain: Brief Look At Music Therapists
January 20, 2016 Blog Post Snowfish

Walk into any hospital and you might hear the strumming of guitars and harmonizing voices. This is most likely the music therapist. A growing number of hospitals, long term care facilities and out patient centers are utilizing these professionals to help patients more effectively deal with their illness and enhance the recovery process. According to the American
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Incorporating Non-Therapeutic Solutions Into Commercialization Efforts
January 20, 2016 Blog Post Snowfish

Happy New Year!  As we are now three weeks into 2016, many of us have been dusting off our failed resolutions and hitting the gym. Eating more beans and green, trying to sleep more and manage that stress. Lifestyle interventions as part of the disease management ecosystem As little as a decade ago, we would
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