Older Adults Have a Harder Time Beating Depression

Article by by Gatwiri Muthara, AARP “According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, depression affects more than 6.5 million of the 35 million Americans age 65 and older. Depression in older adults is more severe, lasts longer and has lower remission...

Living With Arthritis

HTS Rehab News – June 2018 Arthritis is a condition characterized by painful inflammation and stiffness of the joints. More than 50 million adults have one of the 100 different types of arthritis. Although we think of arthritis as a disease associated with aging; it...

Difficulty Swallowing

HTS Rehab News – May 2018 Speech Therapy involves the evaluation and treatment of people who have trouble with speech, language, cognitive function, as well as swallowing disorders. Adults can develop these problems after a stroke, traumatic brain injury, concussion,...

Older Adult Brains Can Grow Thousands of New Cells

Article by Patrick Kiger, AARP  “The brains of healthy older people — including those well into their 70s — can generate as many neurons, or nerve cells, as younger people do, according to new research published in the journal Cell Stem Cell. Researchers from...