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Worried About Alzheimer’s? Look for These Signs

  Alzheimer’s Disease is an insidious disease that can hurt not just the person afflicted but also friends and family who are impacted as the disease progresses.  Although there is not yet a cure for Alzheimer’s, it is still possible

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How Seniors Can Most Benefit from Their Annual Doctor Visit

In 2011, as part of the Affordable Care Act, Medicare Part B recipients were guaranteed a physical exam every year.  The Medicare Annual Wellness Visit (AWV) is meant to help senior citizens maintain their quality of life and look at

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The Benefits of Becoming a Lifelong Learner

  Many people believe that once they leave school with a degree or diploma, they are finished with learning.  But many people, however, are realizing that this just isn’t realistic. Even if you don’t take into account learning about all of

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Scam Alert! Medicare Card Telemarketing Dangers

  Identity theft has been a significant concern for some time, particularly among senior citizens who may not be technologically savvy enough to protect themselves from cybercriminals.  To help prevent this identity theft problem the U.S. government is about to

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The Keys to Aging with Grace and Dignity

  Comedian George Carlin once famously said that he wasn’t getting old, but instead, he was getting “older” because it sounded like it lasted longer.  But getting older isn’t something that you have to fear.  In fact, by taking the

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Is Your Home Secure? A Checklist for Seniors

There’s an old adage that a person’s home is their castle.  Well, we only wish that our homes today were as secure as some of those medieval buildings. No, we aren’t suggesting you install giant walls or motes to keep out

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Should Your Senior Be Driving?

One of the things about getting older that many people dread is the loss of independence that comes with it.  Part of this independence is the ability to drive yourself around be it on out-of-town trips, to doctor’s appointments, or

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Living Smart as a Senior in 2018

We’ve all heard people say that the older we get, the more set in our ways we tend to be. There’s nothing wrong with being set in your ways about certain things, but it’s also important to be flexible to

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Food For the Brain: Keeping Alzheimer’s at Bay

  Thanks to advice from our doctors, most of us know that avoiding some foods and eating others can help ward off diabetes, hypertension and cardiovascular disease. New research shows that we can also use our diet to avoid or

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Why You Need a Plan for Long Term Care

Long Term Care Planning

It is a natural human tendency to ignore something uncomfortable until the absolute last minute. Many people put off planning for their later years because they think they’ll have lots of time to do it. The truth is, the earlier

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