Real Life Heroes: A Community Reflection

May 21, 2020By Tillie JacksonCOVID-19 Updates, EdenHill, Independent Living, LifeStyle & Activities, News

This week at EdenHill, we have been honoring our front-line heroes. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, our team has stepped up to meet the challenge. Quickly adapting to the fluid situation, while mirroring our core values, has proven the resilience of our community. COMPASSION, RESPECT & DIGNITY No matter where you look around our campus, we … Read More

How to Fight the Social Isolation of Coronavirus

April 20, 2020By Rachel ClarkHealthy Living, LifeStyle & Activities, Senior Care, Wellness

A recent scientific report elevates social isolation and loneliness to the level of health problems, associating them with a significantly increased risk for early death from all causes. Of course, social isolation and loneliness can become more common with age. And the arrival of the novel coronavirus will almost certainly make the problem worse. Public officials … Read More

National Blood Donor Month: What you Need to Know

January 10, 2020By Rachel ClarkGIVING, Healthy Living, LifeStyle & Activities, News, Uncategorized, Volunteer, Wellness

According to the American Red Cross, winter is “one of the most difficult times of year to collect enough blood products to meet patient needs.” That’s because of busy holiday schedules, bad weather which leads to canceled blood drives, and other things. Plus, seasonal illnesses such as the flu can cause regular donors miss a … Read More

Dementia: Drug that Quells Brain Inflammation Reverses Disease

January 2, 2020By Rachel ClarkAlzheimer's, Dementia, LifeStyle & Activities, Medicare, Memory Cafe, Memory Support, Senior Care, Wellness

A new study shows that drugs that tamp down inflammation in the brain could slow or even reverse the cognitive decline that comes with age. In a publication appearing in the journal Science Translational Medicine, University of California, Berkeley, and Ben-Gurion University scientists report that senile mice given one such drug had fewer signs of brain … Read More