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Make the Holiday Season the Most Joyful Ever

From the falling leaves of autumn to the first snow of the season, the weather sends signals that it is time to get busy planning the holidays. The holidays are a special time of

Keep on Reading to Keep Your Mind Healthy

Reading can be a skill, a hobby, a profession, or a passion. There are books, magazines, and journals to meet every taste and preference. Reading can transport you to different places and times and

A Thanksgiving to Remember

Spending time with family and friends is always a reason to celebrate. When you add tradition and turkey, the celebration becomes a truly special event. For seniors, the holidays are especially important as they

Cats or Dogs: How Pets Can Help Keep You Healthy

Cats or dogs? It’s an age-old question and many people, seniors included, have strong feelings on both sides of that argument. Choosing a wagging tail or affectionate purrs is a personal choice. Regardless of

Tech Solutions to Protect Grandma and Grandpa

When dealing with aging loved ones, it can be hard to find a balance between keeping them happy and independent and keeping them safe. With longer lifespans, more effective medications, and increased rates of

Watching Over Your Aging Relatives: New Technology Makes It Easier

As our parents, aunts, uncles and grandparents age, they require additional support and care. Taking care of aging relatives can often turn into a full-time job. Technology helps make all our lives easier, and

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
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