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Seniors Working Longer Than Ever

Seniors are living longer, healthier lives and many are saying “No!” to retirement. Whether starting a new career or staying connected to a professional legacy, many seniors are choosing to stay in the workforce

Does Avoiding Sugar Lead to Longer Life?

By now, we all know that as Americans we’re consuming much more sugar than we ever have before, but could this excessive sugar consumption actually be shortening our lives? According to the experts, maybe

Healthy Seniors: Diet and Exercise Matter

It’s never too late to make lifestyle changes to improve your physical health. These positive changes in caring for your body can lead to a longer, happier life and increase your ability to remain

Medications and Senior Falls: The Risks

Seniors are at a far higher risk of falls than any other age group, with falls the leading cause of accidental injuries for adults age 65 and older. While there are physical changes associated

The Secret to Avoiding Falls

Falls are a leading cause of injury and death for senior citizens, and the risk increases with age. According to the National Council on Aging: An older adult is treated is an emergency room

Loving the Retirement Years Means Staying Active

Retiring Baby Boomers are very different than retirees of previous generations. While our parents and grandparents may have looked forward to a quiet, restful retirement after decades of strenuous activity, many Baby Boomers have

Safe Independent Living

For many aging seniors, aging in place and continuing to live independently for as long as possible is a high priority. Older adults tend to value their independence, and it can be difficult to

Intergenerational Mentoring

As they get older, some seniors struggle to find ways to continue to feel connected to their communities. At the same time, many communities have needs that go unmet — needs that older adults

Staying Productive Can Reduce Depression in Seniors

Far too many people 65 and older suffer from depression. Factors that contribute to the problem include physical disabilities, mental decline, isolation, and dementia. Perhaps the biggest contributing factor is the loss of a

Making the Most of Your Retirement Years

While facing the daily grind, working long hours, and saving for the future, many people look longingly to retirement. When our working years are over, we can set our own schedules, pursue our own
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