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Highlighted Resource: Pet Ownership, Living Alone, and Cognitive Decline Among Adults 50 Years and Older

Jan 17, 2024 2:30:00 PM / by Practice Support Team posted in memory, seniors, adl



Can pet ownership reduce cognitive decline for older adults? A recent JAMA Neurology article investigates this question, examining the impact of pet ownership on verbal memory and fluency for adults ages 50 and older.

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How NC’s Population is Changing and Why It Matters

Apr 20, 2023 7:30:00 AM / by NW AHEC posted in Geriatric, seniors, aging, demographics, north carolina


What will North Carolina's population look like in coming years? NC ranks ninth nationally in population aged 65 and older and has undergone significant demographic changes in the 21st century. Assessing and understanding the demographic changes and their implications will be critical in addressing age-related issues, catalyzing change, and preparing for the future of North Carolina.

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