“Masters In Aging” Coming to Davis

The theme this September at the Nation Seniors Center is: Masters in Aging. There are two presentations scheduled to provide education and benefit the community. Topic: Fitness and Aging Thursday, Sept. 14, at 2 p.m. Mark Braly, a Davis Aquatic Masters swimmer and Davis Enterprise aquatics columnist Topic: Gardening and Horticultural for Seniors Tuesday, Sept. [...]

By | September 11th, 2017|Concepts, News|0 Comments

Tech Savvy Help for Seniors

How many of us struggle with ever changing technology? This is not just an issue older generations face, it happens to everyone. So what do we do? We turn to the youngest person in the crowd for help. Only to be baffled by the stream of acronyms and unidentifiable phrases contained in a seemingly obvious [...]

Technological Solutions to Medicine

Rising health costs are a continuous concern these days. As the health care system keeps evolving, there are efforts to move aggressively to adopt the tools of information-age medicine. Take a look at this article featured in The Wall Street Journal explaining the strategy and benefits. View a PDF of the article here.  

By | July 10th, 2017|News|0 Comments

Walkable Neighborhoods Linked to Cognitive Function

Living in a walkable neighborhood has been found to help increase cognitive function and may even be able to help fight off dementia. Walkable neighborhoods are those that have great connectivity. They may have many people to socialize with and multiple places to visit within walking distance of the home. The Wellness Center at the [...]

By | March 31st, 2017|News|0 Comments

Decreasing Birthrate in the Sacramento Area

The birthrate in the Sacramento region has continued to decline, which has caused new challenges for school districts. As seen in the Sacramento Bee article titled "Neighborhoods’ Birthrates Affect How School Districts Plan Ahead," the region's birthrate has fallen by 20 percent in the last decade. As a consequence, Davis schools have been accepting numerous [...]

By | March 29th, 2017|News|0 Comments
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