Lisa D’Ambrosio, research scientist, MIT AgeLab. ‘Faced with this alarming trend and considering the fact that most people do not have a disaster plan, we urge family, friends and caregivers to be prepared now before a natural disaster. ‘.. Spike In Severe Weather and impending Alzheimer’s epidemic – a formula for disasterAs the 2009 hurricane season begins, provide the MIT AgeLab and the Advance 50 Team gerontologist at The Hartford Financial Services Group, new research and life – saving tips for caregivers, family and friends of people with Alzheimer’s disease live at home, to prepare for a natural disaster and get their lives back on track in the aftermath. ‘We are seeing a worrying trend in the increase in severe weather in the U.S.
CBO Director Peter Orszag said on Tuesday that the policy on the wrong topic focus by considering the impact of the aging baby boom generation at the expense of health care instead of in the treatment effectiveness and quality. (more…)