By Stephanie Heston and Alexander Smirnov Kansas Ballet Academy It's that time again...parents begin the mad dash to enroll their kids in the best summer camps in Topeka. And there are many to choose from! Summer camps are considered as one of the best ways to keep the children engaged during the summer time. … Continue reading 4 benefits of summer dance camps
By Dr. Gary Small Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States, but dementia from Alzheimer’s continues to be underdiagnosed and underreported. In fact, according to a U.S. survey conducted by the Alzheimer’s Association, almost half of patients with AD are already in the moderate to severe stages by … Continue reading Early Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Crucial for Planning and Treatment
Lots of older folks run regularly for fitness and fun, and a large percentage of them are relatively new to the sport. Consider that more than half of participants in the annual New York City Marathon are over the age of 40, and it’s easy to see that running is a sport for all age … Continue reading Older Running: Start Running at Age 55 and Beyond
Researchers at the University of Washington and Kaiser Permanente Washington tracked more than 3,000 people for nearly 30 years in a program called adult changes in thought, or ACT. They discovered that people who developed one or more of three eye conditions had a greater chance of developing Alzheimer’s. This finding could be a big … Continue reading Alzheimer’s and Eye Disease
Access to high quality, affordable dental care is an important part of a child’s growing up. From the moment that the first tooth appears, a child should receive regular dental care to ensure that their teeth remain clean and healthy! That’s why we are dedicated to providing preventive and comprehensive dental care services to children … Continue reading Worry-free dental care for children
By Karen Stafford, LSCSW Grief is a normal reaction to loss, and sometimes it feels as if your heart is breaking. But can people really die of a broken heart? According to the American Heart Association (AHA), broken heart syndrome, also called stress-induced cardiomyopathy or takotsubo cardiomyopathy, does actually occur. It causes sudden, intense chest … Continue reading Can people really die of a broken heart?