Living with Alzheimer’s: A First-Person Account

Michael Ellenbogen was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease at age 39. A former corporate manager, he now dedicates his time and energy to education and eradication of Alzheimer’s disease. This article was written with the assistance of Emma Steel. Imagine waking up one morning and going about your daily business–you have had breakfast and are about…

Prepare and Empower People with Parkinson’s

Prepare and Empower People with Parkinson’s to Get the Best Possible Care When Hospitalized The challenges involved in hospitalization of the person with Parkinson’s Disease (PD) can be overwhelming for the patient and family. These problems may include medication mismanagement and the lack of training of the hospital staff about how to care for persons…

New Medical Imaging Aids Patients and Caregivers

Despite advancements in technology, there are still many hurdles when it comes to accessing and viewing your medical images including CT, MRI, X-ray and ultrasound scans. Nephosity is one company attempting to bring these walls down, by providing a mobile and web-based platform for patients and their caregivers to manage their medical images securely and…