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Can medications slow the advance of dementia in someone diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease? Are other psychiatric medications appropriate to use in people with dementia?
Evacuated Golden Bear Estate residents gathered at the Winters Community Center as the Monticello fire, which started late Friday night on the southeast shore of Lake Berryessa, grew to 7,000 acres.
Barbara Garnier and her neighbors at the Capital Estates manufactured housing community in South Sacramento thought they’d found the perfect place to grow old. That was before the owners opened the mobile home community to residents of all...
As a major wildfire in western Yolo County continued to grow today, fire crews established control lines to protect homes.
Adults in their prime have traditionally supported the nation’s seniors. So what happens when the ratio of working-age adults to older adults plummets? California is about to find out.
Jim Patterson, 92, lost his wife of almost 70 years late last year, and now he has a social media caregiver to help him stay in touch with the grandkids on Facebook.
What should you eat to protect the aging brain against developing dementia and Alzheimer’s disease?
Seventy summers ago, not long after D-Day, Ray Haagen and his unit landed at Normandy, fought through France and then Germany – and saved a bottle of wine to be opened one day at a reunion. Haagen, 93, just got the bottle.
Military service was for decades a common bond among American men, and military families were commonplace. In 1970, U.S. Census figures show, roughly half of the Sacramento region’s civilian male adults had served in the military. That sha...
It's an exaggeration – but not much of one – to say that Tara Stiles brought yoga to Sacramento when she arrived in town in 1977. At 62, the veteran yoga expert is retiring, and she and her husband are hitting the road.