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Top Health Signals to Monitor to Empower Healthy Living

Top Health Signals to Monitor to Empower Healthy Living

| July 11, 2017 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Your body is constantly talking to you. It sends important signals throughout the day that indicate key changes in your health. And, one of the best ways to prolong a healthy life is to listen to what your body is saying. Thanks to advanced sensing technology, health trackers can make keeping track of your body’s signals […]

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5 Things A First-Time Investor Need to Know

5 Things A First-Time Investor Need to Know

| July 11, 2017 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

    Did you know two-thirds of middle-aged Americans say they’re going to delay their retirement. Why? Many say they have too much debt or not enough income. If you’re one of the many Americans behind on your retirement savings, there are various ways you can save for and fund retirement — like being an […]

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Eating Disorder Recovery — Possible In Midlife

Eating Disorder Recovery — Possible In Midlife

| July 7, 2017 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

“As a teenager, I did not obsess about bingeing. I just did it on occasion.No big deal, I thought. As I got older, however – from my 20’s straight through my 50’s – it became more frequent as I strived for the ‘perfect’ figure. I tried every diet — I would lose weight only to […]

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How Women In Leadership Roles  Can Change The Workplace

How Women In Leadership Roles Can Change The Workplace

| July 5, 2017 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

As women have taken on greater leadership roles in the business world, it’s paid off for both them and business. A study by the Peterson Institute for International Economics found that firms with women in the C-suite were more profitable. Meanwhile, the number of women-owned businesses grew 45 percent from 2007 to 2016 compared to […]

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Tips to Being Successful in the Short-Term Rental Industry

Tips to Being Successful in the Short-Term Rental Industry

| July 5, 2017 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Retirees are not only one of the top demographics that participate in summer travel, but they are also the fastest-growing group of short-term rental hosts in the US. In fact, according to Airbnb’s 2017 report, senior hosts have earned a collective $747 million in income through the short-term rental community. People own and operate vacation rentals for […]

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4 Money Issues Couples Should Agree On

4 Money Issues Couples Should Agree On

| July 3, 2017 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Spouses often harbor different opinions on a variety of subjects. From the style of clothes and haircuts they like on each other to the TV shows they watch every evening, marriage requires plenty of compromise especially when it comes to money. While frivolous things such as choosing between Monday Night Football and Dancing with the […]

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Your Age Is Whatever You Want It To Be

Your Age Is Whatever You Want It To Be

| June 21, 2017 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

“Age is not important unless you’re a cheese.” – Helen Hayes It seems that age is the new “whatever you want it to be.” Fifty is the new 40, or is it 30? Lately, every time I hear someone’s age, it’s one number followed by a lower one. When it comes to our age, how we […]

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Four Ways to Tap Your Home Equity in Retirement

Four Ways to Tap Your Home Equity in Retirement

| June 21, 2017 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

By Paul Fiore Home prices have surged in recent years and older Americans now hold collectively $6.2 trillion in home equity. That’s an average of more than $200,000 per senior household with equity. However, for many seniors it feels like the roof is caving in. That’s because their income from savings and retirement accounts is […]

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Tackling a Silent Killer – My Journey to a Cure for Hepatitis C

Tackling a Silent Killer – My Journey to a Cure for Hepatitis C

| June 21, 2017 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

There’s a silent killer stalking the streets and it’s actively trying to kill 3.8 million Americans. Some know they’re being stalked, but most don’t. The killer was identified in 1989, so we know its name and what it looks like, but it wasn’t until three years ago, that a dependable way to deal with it […]

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How 6 Rock-Climbing Techniques Can Be  Your Secret Weapon In Life

How 6 Rock-Climbing Techniques Can Be Your Secret Weapon In Life

| June 13, 2017 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

What could be your secret weapon in life? There are times when desire and commitment drive us out of any comfort zone we could possibly imagine. Manley Feinberg II thought about that fact one day as he stared at a wall of rock in front of him in the Aksu Valley, one of the last […]

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Capturing Family History on Social Media

Capturing Family History on Social Media

| June 13, 2017 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

 Adapted from The Essential Social Media Marketing Handbook: A New Roadmap for Maximizing Your Brand, Influence and Credibility (Career Press) by Gail Z. Martin. Martin owns DreamSpinner Communications and consults with professionals and businesses in the U.S. and Canada on strategic social media. Social media is a huge game-changer for people researching their family history–and it’s […]

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Surviving What Life Throws At Us

Surviving What Life Throws At Us

| June 3, 2017 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

The compelling story of Lori Morrison, former CEO of one of the largest food and wine wholesalers from Mexico to Panama was diagnosed with severe Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) from a series of horrific events in her life: suicide of her first husband at the young age of 27, the death of her second […]

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Take Charge of Your Bone Health During National Osteoporosis Month

Take Charge of Your Bone Health During National Osteoporosis Month

| May 29, 2017 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

What You Need to Know We all know there are certain health screenings that consistently remain top-of-mind – mammograms for breast health, dermatology appointments to scan for melanoma, colonoscopies to detect and prevent colon cancer, but screening for osteoporosis too frequently flies under the radar. Despite the fact that osteoporosis causes 2 million bone fractures […]

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4 Tips On Protecting Yourself From Negativity

4 Tips On Protecting Yourself From Negativity

By Lori Morrison “Dwelling on negativity simply contributes to its power” – Shirley Maclaine” Most negative people are steeped in their vulnerabilities. To feel powerful, they place themselves as the ultimate judge of those around them. They are often in attack mode, striking out at you or gossiping behind your back to construct an image […]

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Do You Have Enough Money Saved for Retirement?The Secret to Having a Retirement You’ll Enjoy

Do You Have Enough Money Saved for Retirement?The Secret to Having a Retirement You’ll Enjoy

Approximately four million people in the U.S. retire each year,1 and most of them spend a majority of their adult lives saving money to last through their retirement. But shouldn’t people focus on how they can enjoy this, rather than just endure it? When planning for retirement, many people are uncertain of what it will entail, […]

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Is The Anti-Gluten Frenzy About To Be  Countered By A Pro-Wheat Comeback?

Is The Anti-Gluten Frenzy About To Be Countered By A Pro-Wheat Comeback?

Americans at one time lived their lives utterly unconcerned about the gluten in their diets. But an anti-gluten craze that erupted in the last decade has become so prominent that it spawned a $16-billion-a-year industry. Gluten became branded as the enemy of good health, bestselling books scared the public away from wheat, and foods marketed […]

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How To Stay Young (At Least In Spirit)  When You’re Retired

How To Stay Young (At Least In Spirit) When You’re Retired

How to stay young? Read on.. Mohr Keet of South Africa bungee jumped when he was 96, landing himself in the Guinness Board of World Records. Yuichiro Miura of Japan climbed Mount Everest when he was 80. Not everyone in the golden years of life will attempt and accomplish such extraordinary feats, but most people […]

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News Trends Provide Insight for Senior Marketers

News Trends Provide Insight for Senior Marketers

| May 4, 2017 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Each week, we recap the news items that most engaged our followers over the past week. This week, a Reuters Institute study explains how digital media has overtaken print media as a primary news source — for some generations, that is –, while a study from MarketingCharts emphasizes the […] Click here to view original […]

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Urine Drug Tests: Effective  But Easy To Cheat On

Urine Drug Tests: Effective But Easy To Cheat On

With America facing an opioid epidemic, the most effective diagnostic tool for uncovering misuse and abuse of opiates remains on the urine drug tests that numerous businesses and physicians rely on. But what happens when that “effective” tool is easily cheated – and an entire industry springs up to help the cheaters? “Many people may […]

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4 Ways Marriage, Divorce And Do-Overs Can  Increase Your Social Security Check

4 Ways Marriage, Divorce And Do-Overs Can Increase Your Social Security Check

In a world of IRAs, bonds, annuities and investment property, one retirement benefit often gets overlooked, or not discussed at all, by some financial advisers: Social Security. “In retirement, you need to create as much fixed, guaranteed income as you can,” says Tony Perrone, president and founder of the Estate Planning Group and author of […]

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Ten Tips for Effective Communication With Your Doctor

Ten Tips for Effective Communication With Your Doctor

| May 2, 2017 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

By Dr. Karen Trollope-Kumar Effective communication… Sometimes my work as a family doctor the days don’t always go as expected. On a busy day, I feel like I’ll never catch up, and it’s frustrating that I can’t give adequate time to each individual patient. One afternoon not long ago, I was feeling unusually tired. I […]

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Boomer Beware Fast Food Chain Health Claims Wrong

Boomer Beware Fast Food Chain Health Claims Wrong

| November 1, 2016 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Until the last year I have never paid real close attention to the health warning labels on what I buy at the store. I still don’t pay close attention to calorie labels at fast food restaurants.  This study seems to tell us that the health claims at fast food joints is way off base. Each […]

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How To Cut Your Landline Phone – Make Your Life Easier

How To Cut Your Landline Phone – Make Your Life Easier

| October 17, 2016 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

How To Cut Your Landline Phone – Make Your Life Easier Studies show that most of us in the “Boomer” generation now use our cellular phone for most of our non-work related communications.  So do we still need landline phone service in our home? Make sure you,  Cut Landline Phone Make Life Easier Up until […]

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Health Tip: Skip the Late Night Snacks

Health Tip: Skip the Late Night Snacks

| October 4, 2016 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

(HealthDay News) — If you find yourself nibbling every night before bed, it may be a sign that you need to change your eating habits. The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics suggests: Planning regular healthy meals and snacks throughout the day so you’re not hungry after dinner. Making sure to eat a protein-rich breakfast and […]

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U.S. Just Made It a Lot Less Difficult to Sue Nursing Homes

U.S. Just Made It a Lot Less Difficult to Sue Nursing Homes

| October 4, 2016 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

The federal agency that controls more than $1 trillion in Medicare and Medicaid funding has moved to prevent nursing homes from forcing claims of elder abuse, sexual harassment and even wrongful death into the private system of justice known as arbitration. An agency within the Health and Human Services Department on Wednesday issued a rule […]

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Gender played a bigger role in the presidential debate than you think

Gender played a bigger role in the presidential debate than you think

| September 27, 2016 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. Did he call her “secretary” as a sign of respect or condescension? What about the interruptions? And the matter of her looks or lack of stamina? And then there was Miss Piggy. Questions about gender ran throughout Monday night’s general-election presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, the first ever between man […]

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Older Adults Have the Power to Prevent a Fall

Older Adults Have the Power to Prevent a Fall

| September 22, 2016 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Arlington, VA – Today’s older adults want to stay active, independent, and safe in their homes, but many worry about falling. In fact, one in three Americans over the age of 65 falls every year. But, falling is not a normal part of aging. Every older adult has the power to prevent a fall. Today, […]

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How Omega-3 Foods Can Help You Be a Better Athlete

How Omega-3 Foods Can Help You Be a Better Athlete

| September 22, 2016 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Chances are, you’ve heard about omega-3 fatty acids and the fact that they are an important part of a healthy diet. Whether you’ve heard them talked about in the news or have seen them listed as an ingredient in your breakfast cereal, omega-3s continue to be of interest to people interested in healthy eating, thanks […]

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Can Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Make You Gain Weight?

Can Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Make You Gain Weight?

| September 22, 2016 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Most conversations with your doctor about polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), tend to focus on menstrual irregularity, including missed periods and/or heavy periods. But, women with PCOS face other problems, too — and a big one is weight gain. It’s not clear whether PCOS is a direct cause of the extra pounds many women with PCOS […]

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Fifty Shades of Moby-Dick

Fifty Shades of Moby-Dick

| July 5, 2016 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Think of Herman Melville and you don’t think lothario. But in 1847, after the publication of his first two novels, Typee and Omoo, Melville was considered something of a venereal adventurer by the antsy prudes who controlled literary comment. The erotic episodes he’d had with girls on the Marquesas Islands as a young sailor helped […]

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Technology Changes the Way Society Views Aging

Technology Changes the Way Society Views Aging

| July 5, 2016 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Every week, we review the mature marketing content from the previous week with which our followers were most engaged. This week, we will take a look at how technology is expected to impact the way in which society views aging in the future, as well as John Oliver’s take on the trials and tribulations of […]

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Groundbreaking Partnership Connecting the Generations Through Reading

Groundbreaking Partnership Connecting the Generations Through Reading

| July 5, 2016 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

NEW YORK, June 27, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Grandparents.com (OTCQB: GPCM) and its benefits organization, the American Grandparents Association (AGA), announced today that it has officially joined forces with Peek-A-Boo Publishing Group (PABPG) to launch a significant partnership publishing books for children. This unique collaboration will produce a series of books transforming the way grandparents are […]

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Love The Gums You’re With

Love The Gums You’re With

| June 24, 2016 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

  By Dr. Wayne Aldredge Studies show smiles can make us more attractive, lower our stress levels, elevate our moods, and make us look younger. Therefore, it’s important to be well and keep our teeth and gums smile-ready. Unfortunately, many of us don’t. Nearly 50 percent of U.S. adults age 30 and older have periodontal […]

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We’ll think about it

We’ll think about it

| June 23, 2016 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

I reacquainted recently with old friends with whom I tend to visit spring to fall. I was rather stunned to hear one fellow announce to me that he and his wife were thinking of retiring. “Thinking of it,” he repeated. Both of them. Wow, I thought. Really? Retire? Why? He is a spry almost 82 […]

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Remembering Muhammad Ali, Challenging Healthcare, RFK’s ‘Ripple of Hope’ Speech

Remembering Muhammad Ali, Challenging Healthcare, RFK’s ‘Ripple of Hope’ Speech

| June 22, 2016 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Legendary boxer Muhammad Ali died on Friday at the age of 74. Ali was officially diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 1984. What effect, if any, did boxing have on his diagnosis and deterioration? For answers, we turn to Ole Isacson, a professor of neurology at Harvard University. Under the Affordable Care Act, healthcare premiums have […]

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U.S. News & World Report and Pharmacy Times Reveal 2016 Top Recommended Health Products

U.S. News & World Report and Pharmacy Times Reveal 2016 Top Recommended Health Products

| June 22, 2016 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Washington, D.C. – June 14, 2016 – U.S. News & World Report, a nationally recognized publisher of consumer advice and information, and Pharmacy Times, the leading media resource for the pharmacy industry, today released the 2016 Top Recommended Health Products. Consumers and health care professionals can visit U.S. News Health and www.otcguide.net to see the […]

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American Grandparents Are More Tech-Savvy Than You Think

American Grandparents Are More Tech-Savvy Than You Think

| June 22, 2016 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

NEW YORK, June 21, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — According to recent survey results derived from the American Grandparents Association and visitors at its content site, Grandparents.com (OTCQB: GPCM), the vast majority of people aged 60+ in the United States are not as tech-deficient as their millennial grandchildren might assume. The survey showed an overwhelming consensus that […]

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Cancer Changed Him Forever and Now He’s Sharing His Story

Cancer Changed Him Forever and Now He’s Sharing His Story

| June 22, 2016 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

At 64, Mike Merino says he’s only now learning what life is all about. It’s a tough lesson, with cancer serving as his teacher. But Mike tells Growing Bolder he has more hope than ever that the rest of his life can be the best of his life. Mike found himself out of shape, overweight […]

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Genes and Lengthening Lifespans

Genes and Lengthening Lifespans

| April 24, 2016 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Researchers at the University at Buffalo Research Institute on Addictions have discovered how a gene in the brain’s dopamine system can play an important role in prolonging lifespan: it must be coupled with a healthy environment that includes exercise. The study, led by Panayotis (Peter) K. Thanos, senior research scientist at RIA, appears in the […]

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What makes a photographer when everyone is taking pictures – At 83

What makes a photographer when everyone is taking pictures – At 83

| April 19, 2016 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

JUDY WOODRUFF: And now another in our Brief But Spectacular series, where we ask interesting people about their passions. For six decades, Ken Van Sickle has been quietly producing photographs in his darkroom, located in the center of Manhattan. His photos range from documenting the bohemian life of New York and Paris in the 1950s […]

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Three Things Working Women Should be Doing to Save for Retirement

Three Things Working Women Should be Doing to Save for Retirement

| April 19, 2016 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

A large part of Women’s History is about independence. Being independent means being well-informed, self-reliant, and self-assured; qualities that were instrumental in women’s progress. Those same qualities are the ones you need to help you plan for retirement. While achieving financial security might seem like vague, pie-in-the-sky type goal, we’ve got some more specific steps […]

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Viewpoints: Forcing Competition Among Insurers; CMS And The ‘Most’ Attractive ACO Model

Viewpoints: Forcing Competition Among Insurers; CMS And The ‘Most’ Attractive ACO Model

| April 19, 2016 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Vox: Obamacare Shows Why Health Insurers Should Be More Like Southwest Airlines For competition to revolutionize the insurance market, enrollees have to actually force insurers to compete for their business. Happily, that’s exactly what enrollees did. (Ezra Klein, 4/14) Health Affairs Blog: Today’s Most Attractive National ACO Model Is Offered By…CMS A large national payer […]

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Age-Related-Eye-Problems

Age-Related-Eye-Problems

| March 5, 2016 | 1 Comment | Email This Post Email This Post

  Help Your Loved Ones Manage Age-Related Macular Degeneration and Age-Related-Eye-Problems When was the last time you or your loved ones had their vision checked for age-related-eye-problems? New survey results reveal that nearly 75 percent of Americans still don’t know age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the leading cause of legal blindness age-related-eye-problems in older adults. As the […]

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10 Marriage Tips from Two Centuries of Marriage

10 Marriage Tips from Two Centuries of Marriage

| February 5, 2016 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Valentine’s Day Advice For Boomers From The “Pros”   “10 Marriage Tips from Four Couples & 200 Years of Marriage” It’s often said, “Experience is the best teacher.” While US Dept. of Labor statistics show that 87% of baby boomers have gained their own relationship experiences by marrying at least once by age 46, there’s […]

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5 Ways Congress Can Support Seniors in 2016

5 Ways Congress Can Support Seniors in 2016

| February 3, 2016 | Email This Post Email This Post

Arlington, VA – In his final State of the Union address, President Obama called on Congress to strengthen Social Security and Medicare for all Americans. The National Council on Aging (NCOA), the nation’s leading advocate for older adults, offers five ways Congress can further support seniors this year. “Older Americans deserve the support of their […]

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At 81 Robin Bright’s : Exquisite Elegance of Minimalist Objects

At 81 Robin Bright’s : Exquisite Elegance of Minimalist Objects

| February 3, 2016 | Email This Post Email This Post

In our age of overabundant social media hype and marketing, reticence about self-promotion can hinder some artists from getting their due. Such is the case for Robin Bright, who prefers to let his work speak for itself. His exquisitely crafted work tends to converse with us in quiet and subtle ways anyway. It’s been many […]

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Baby steps to retirement savings: How to get started with the investment of your life

Baby steps to retirement savings: How to get started with the investment of your life

| January 22, 2016 | Email This Post Email This Post

If you’re among those who know you should begin saving and investing for retirement but fear taking what you perceive as a giant leap, you may find comfort in the above catchphrases. Taking even 1 small baby step toward retirement savings can lead to more significant forward movement. Before you know it, that first timid […]

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Chronic Indifference at Veterans Affairs

Chronic Indifference at Veterans Affairs

| January 22, 2016 | Email This Post Email This Post

During his Senate confirmation hearing in July 2014 to head the Department of Veterans Affairs, Robert McDonald pledged to “transform” the vast agency. After horrific reports of wait-time manipulation, coverups and even deaths at VA medical facilities across the country, veterans and the American people were calling for honest leadership to restore their trust in […]

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Peter Gallagher: Keeping Memories Alive

Peter Gallagher: Keeping Memories Alive

| December 29, 2015 | Email This Post Email This Post

My work with the Alzheimer’s Foundation started for one simple reason: My mother, Mary Ann, had the disease for a third of my life. She was diagnosed in 1985 and died in 2004 — 60 years to the day after D-Day. (That’s not an inconsequential date in our family: My dad landed on a Normandy […]

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Debunking A Financial Myth

Debunking A Financial Myth

| December 16, 2015 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Why your retirement income target is not 70% By: Frederick Vettese If you have reached age 50, you might be getting a little nervous about whether you will hit your retirement income target. This will be especially true if you think your target is 70 percent of final employment earnings, the number that is most […]

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5 Ways to Boost Bone Health

5 Ways to Boost Bone Health

| December 9, 2015 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Five Non-Pharmaceutical Ways to Boost Bone Health and Fight Osteoporosis By Kyle Zagrodsky Bone health is a major concern for most people over age 50, and with good reason. According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, approximately 54 million Americans have osteoporosis or are at risk of developing the disease because of low bone density. Studies […]

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Holiday Tips for Baby Boomers and Loved Ones

Holiday Tips for Baby Boomers and Loved Ones

| December 9, 2015 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Baby Boomer Holiday Tips By Ed Haines The holidays can be wonderful, but the many activities surrounding this time of year can present some unique challenges for Baby Boomers or their loved ones with low vision. Low vision is a vision impairment that is not correctable with surgery, contacts or glasses. Persons with low vision […]

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Boomers Make  Most of Medicare

Boomers Make Most of Medicare

| November 7, 2015 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Grandparents Health Habits Survey By Susan Kosman, DNP, MS, RN, Chief Nursing Officer for Aetna It’s the annual Medicare Open Enrollment period, an important time to reflect on your health needs and plan for the next year. Medicare Open enrollment, which runs from Oct. 15 – Dec. 7, is when you can make changes to […]

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A November Reminder About Falling

A November Reminder About Falling

| October 28, 2015 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

“November is National Family Caregivers Month”  – Falling “Help, I’ve fallen and I can’t get up.” Although many people associate medical alert systems with the almost comically morbid commercials that brought them to prominence in the late 1980s, but for the more than 12 million seniors who live alone in the United States, and their […]

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Boomers And The Illicit Steroid Market

Boomers And The Illicit Steroid Market

| October 21, 2015 | Email This Post Email This Post

(Mark Boster/Los Angeles Times via Getty) Earlier this month, the Drug Enforcement Administration announced that it had busted 16 underground labs and seized 134,000 steroid tablets and pills, 8,200 liters of injectable steroid liquid (that’s 140 kegs worth), and 1,400 pounds of the raw powder.) Earlier this month, the Drug Enforcement Administration announced that it […]

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Suing A Nursing Home Could Get Easier Under Proposed Federal Rules

Suing A Nursing Home Could Get Easier Under Proposed Federal Rules

| October 21, 2015 | Email This Post Email This Post

As Dean Cole’s dementia worsened, he began wandering at night. He’d even forgotten how to drink water. His wife, Virginia, could no longer manage him at home. So after much agonizing, his family checked him into a Minnesota nursing home. “Within a little over two weeks he’d lost 20 pounds and went into a coma,” […]

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Tips Now For Medicare Part D

Tips Now For Medicare Part D

| October 20, 2015 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Medicare Part D Enrollment: A Comprehensive Guide By  Becky Rabbitt, PharmD, RPh Medicare enrollment can be a daunting process for both seniors and their caregivers. There’s a lot of information to sift through, predictions to make, and the added stresses of a limited enrollment period. However, choosing a plan can have major financial implications; making the […]

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A Scary Halloween Entrepreneur Story

A Scary Halloween Entrepreneur Story

| October 15, 2015 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

When it’s scarier to be an employee than to be an entrepreneur By Jim Judy – Franchise Business Consultant October is the time when it’s fun to be fearful. While many of us enjoy a good-natured trick around Halloween, fearing for your financial security is no treat. A 2015 survey from the University of Michigan […]

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The Parkinson’s Disease Aspect You DON’T Know About — Psychosis

The Parkinson’s Disease Aspect You DON’T Know About — Psychosis

| October 12, 2015 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Tremors are the “tell-tale” sign of Parkinson’s disease, a progressive motor disorder disease commonly diagnosed in older adults (on average at age 62). But if you are a caregiver of someone living with this all-too-common disease, then you may not realize that non-motor symptoms (those unrelated to physical movement), such as psychosis, may develop as […]

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Sizing up the sincerity of corporate apologies

Sizing up the sincerity of corporate apologies

| October 11, 2015 | Email This Post Email This Post

Jason Landman’s stateroom on the Carnival Miracle vibrated from the moment his ship cast off in Long Beach, Calif., until it docked seven days later. “It shook and rattled literally from start to finish of the cruise,” he says. When he complained about the noise in Cabin 7243, he says a cruise line representative offered […]

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When Will You Have Your Heart Attack?

When Will You Have Your Heart Attack?

| October 11, 2015 | Email This Post Email This Post

Heart disease is the most common cause of death in the United States, despite gains that have been made in fighting this disease over the past few decades. Even though the number of deaths from heart disease have been cut in half since 1960, about 30% of Americans will still die as a result of […]

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California adopts tough rules for antibiotic use in farm animals

California adopts tough rules for antibiotic use in farm animals

| October 11, 2015 | Email This Post Email This Post

California Governor Jerry Brown on Saturday signed a bill that sets the strictest government standards in the United States for the use of antibiotics in livestock production. The move from California, known for its leadership on public health and environmental issues, comes amid growing concern that the overuse of such drugs is contributing to rising […]

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Thoughtful Downsizing: 5 Tips to Achieve Less House and More Home

Thoughtful Downsizing: 5 Tips to Achieve Less House and More Home

| September 10, 2015 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

More and more Boomers are discovering the benefits of downsizing their homes. With an empty nest comes the next phase of your life, and downsizing provides the perfect opportunity to reset, reassess your priorities, save money, and simplify your daily living. So what’s the key to successfully reducing your possessions and inhabiting a smaller space? […]

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Simple Healthy Tips For Well Being

Simple Healthy Tips For Well Being

| September 9, 2015 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Three Simple Ways to Improve Your Wellbeing for Healthy Aging Month By Alan Wu, Bay Alarm Medical September is Healthy Aging Month, the perfect time to reflect on how you can optimize your physical, mental and social health as you grow older. While it’s important to take care of yourself at every life stage, seniors […]

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The Health of Medicare at 50

The Health of Medicare at 50

| August 21, 2015 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Across the country, celebrations large and small were recently held in honor of Medicare’s 50th birthday. These celebrations were well deserved since Medicare is one of the most successful programs of the past century. And while the excitement of the birthday still lingers, no one should rest on their laurels. Policymakers must apply lessons learned […]

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Check-Out These Common Misconceptions About River Cruising

Check-Out These Common Misconceptions About River Cruising

| August 21, 2015 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

It’s the fastest growing segment of the cruise industry overall, with 10 percent annual passenger growth over the last five years, according to recent data from Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA). And luxury travel agency network Virtuoso, in an annual survey of its advisors, named river cruising the No. 1 travel trend this year. A […]

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10 Things Seniors Should Know About Windows 10

10 Things Seniors Should Know About Windows 10

| July 29, 2015 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Technology powers so many things in our everyday lives: staying in touch with family and friends, online banking and shopping, and a wide range of entertainment experiences. But even the most tech-savvy among us can be caught off guard when technology changes, so it’s no wonder a majority of seniors are wary about upgrading to […]

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Almonds Improve Your Heart Health

Almonds Improve Your Heart Health

| March 4, 2015 | 1 Comment | Email This Post Email This Post

Sometimes, it’s okay to go a little bit nutty – especially if that means upping your intake of almonds. Native to the Mediterranean climate, almonds are a staple of the heart-healthy diet and provide many health benefits. Like many other nuts, almonds are high in fat, which tend to give them a bad rap with consumers. […]

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Retirement Cruise Of The World

Retirement Cruise Of The World

| February 23, 2015 | 1 Comment | Email This Post Email This Post

The next day they would be in Bora Bora, they said. They planned to tour the island and play in its dazzling aquamarine lagoon, considered one of the most beautiful in the world. The adventure might be considered epic for some people, but it’s not unusual for the Steiners. This was their eighth world cruise, […]

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The World’s Craziest, Beautiful Cars

The World’s Craziest, Beautiful Cars

| February 14, 2015 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Atlanta, Georgia (CNN) — Italy has David, Paris has the Mona Lisa and now, Atlanta has the Firebird I XP-21. Don’t laugh gallery snobs and car-haters: The automobile has vaulted from the streets to the lofty art world. Even if automobiles aren’t your thing, the Firebird’s bizarre wings and bubble cockpit are worth a peek. […]

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Relieve Stress As We Age

Relieve Stress As We Age

| February 13, 2015 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Anxiety and Baby Boomers Take Control of Your Anxiety: A Drug-Free Approach to Living a Happy, Healthy Life (Career Press, 2015) Steps About How to Relieve Stress as We Age Retirement had been most enjoyable for Sid and Maggie.  They had worked hard, saved their money and invested wisely.  As many Baby Boomers, their retirement […]

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A Device For Immortality?

A Device For Immortality?

| February 9, 2015 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Since the beginning of mankind, we have been fascinated by immortality. Many have tried, from the pharaohs of ancient Egypt to devout followers of man-made religions. Yet, eternal life remains elusive. In the Hollywood sensationalized movie The Imitation Game, based on the life of Alan Turing, considered the father of theoretical computer science and artificial […]

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Cosmetic Surgery For All Ages

Cosmetic Surgery For All Ages

| February 5, 2015 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

In the common vernacular, we refer to it as getting some work done.  But what is more commonly called cosmetic surgery is reaching new and higher ages for Americans who never thought it was possible and what a difference it is making.  Years ago, people seeking cosmetic surgery would bring pictures of celebrities to their doctor […]

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Boomers Declared Winner In The Generational Warfare

Boomers Declared Winner In The Generational Warfare

| February 3, 2015 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Boomers Declared Winner In The Generational Warfare The policy of safeguarding Boomer benefits with asset bubbles will lead to the destruction of the unprepared, the unwary and those who foolishly trusted our “leadership” and central bank to tell them the truth. Though it is exceedingly politically incorrect to mention it publicly, a financial war between […]

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A  Purpose Prize in Retirement

A Purpose Prize in Retirement

| January 31, 2015 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Retirement Encores That Deserve a Standing Ovation A blind HR professional who helps other blind people develop workplace skills. Encore.org, which operates under the tag line, “Second acts for the greater good,” celebrated these accomplishments when it selected its 2014 Purpose Prize recipients. The Purpose Prize was created in 2005 to recognize life-changing work being […]

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Benefits of Good Night Sleep

Benefits of Good Night Sleep

| January 29, 2015 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Better functioning reported in study decades afterward in study. TUESDAY, Jan. 27, 2015 (HealthDay News) — Sleeping well during middle age may be an “investment” that leads to better mental functioning later in life, a new review finds. It’s known that sound sleep boosts memory and learning in young and middle-aged people, but many people […]

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Finally, Baby Boomers Outnumbered

Finally, Baby Boomers Outnumbered

| January 27, 2015 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

The Quiet Way America Will Really Change in 2015 No more complaining about being outnumbered. There will be more Millennials than Baby Boomers in America this year, according to the US Census Bureau. The Millennial generation is expected to number 75.3 million this year, while there will only be 74.9 million Baby Boomers. (Poor Gen X. […]

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How Many Eggs And Stay Heart-Healthy?

How Many Eggs And Stay Heart-Healthy?

| January 26, 2015 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Breakfast is one meal you shouldn’t skip. But a lot of us aren’t sure whether we should eat eggs because of their saturated fat and cholesterol content. The red flag is there only for people with heart disease risk factors, says Julia Zumpano, RD, of Cleveland Clinic’s Preventive Cardiology Nutrition Program. How many eggs per week? “There is no current recommendation on […]

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How Writing By Hand Can Save Your Brain

How Writing By Hand Can Save Your Brain

| January 22, 2015 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Writing a calming sentence is a form of graphotherapy, Seifer says. Jotting down a sentence like, “I will be more peaceful” at least 20 times per day can actually have an impact, especially on those with attention deficit disorder. “This actually calms the person down and retrains the brain,” Seifer says. 1. It has a […]

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Therapy Dogs Helping Cancer Patients

Therapy Dogs Helping Cancer Patients

| January 22, 2015 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

Therapy Dogs Help Patients With Cancer Treatment ‘I would’ve stopped the treatment, but I wanted to come see the dog’ TUESDAY, Jan. 20, 2015 (HealthDay News) — People undergoing chemotherapy and radiation for cancer may get an emotional lift from man’s best friend, a new study suggests. The study, of patients with head and neck […]

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