5 Tips For Finding a Financial Advisor For Seniors

5 Tips For Finding a Financial Advisor For Seniors

No matter what your financial situation is, if you’re a senior and nearing retirement, you are going to have specific financial concerns. There are plenty of things you will need to budget for during retirement and the sooner you seek out an experienced financial advisor to...

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Casey Wagner | May 20, 2020

Questions To Ask When Selecting An Assisted Living Facility

Questions To Ask When Selecting An Assisted Living Facility

When you are researching assisted senior care for your loved one, you may feel overwhelmed by the amount of information you are taking in. You also may not know if you’re asking the right questions or if you have missed some. We...

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Melissa Andrews | May 18, 2020

When Should You Start Thinking About Assisted Living for Seniors

When Should You Start Thinking About Assisted Living for Seniors

Caring for a senior loved one can be one of the most difficult and time-consuming tasks for a family caregiver. You want what’s best for your loved one but there comes a point where we have to make difficult decisions in regards to what is best...

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Casey Wagner | May 11, 2020

8 Symptoms of Calcium Deficiency Everyone Needs to Know

8 Symptoms of Calcium Deficiency Everyone Needs to Know

Calcium deficiency is a common condition and it is a very dangerous condition. Since our body uses calcium for bone and teeth building, lack of calcium deficiency can provoke diverse health issues like tingling in the hands and feet, muscle aches, irregular heartbeat, fatigue, and even

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Amelia Grant | May 4, 2020

How an Early Diagnosis of Parkinson’s Can Help Your Prognosis

How an Early Diagnosis of Parkinson’s Can Help Your Prognosis

Parkinson’s disease (PD) has been very difficult to diagnose when in its early stages. Individuals are frequently diagnosed only after motor symptoms become noticeable. The sooner Parkinson’s is diagnosed, the sooner treatment can start, slowing down the progression of the disease. Researchers have developed new tests for early...

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Hannah Boothe | Apr 30, 2020

Ways to stay connected with your elderly relatives during the coronavirus crisis

Ways to stay connected with your elderly relatives during the coronavirus crisis

Socialization is an excellent way of preventing health problems among the elderly. It alleviates loneliness and depression and can boost an older person's psychological and physical wellness. Sadly, staying connected with loved ones, especially with the coronavirus disease, is quite a challenge. The elderly...

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Rachel Merashi | Apr 17, 2020

Is It Worth It? Pros and Cons of Assisted Living Education

Is It Worth It? Pros and Cons of Assisted Living Education

According to the National Centre for Assisted Living, America has 28.900 assisted living communities. Of this, 52% are over the age of 85. As the number of senior citizens requiring help continues to grow, there is more need than ever for consistent...

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Lilly Parsons | Apr 6, 2020

Middle aged people who are obese have higher chances of developing Alzheimer’s later

Middle aged people who are obese have higher chances of developing Alzheimer’s later

According to a study of over 1 million women in the UK, obesity in middle-aged people is associated with an increased risk of dementia later in life. A team of British and international researchers found that those in their mid-50s who were overweight were...

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Petar Jangelovski | Jan 2, 2020

A new 68-year study claims that by playing traditional games you will protect your thinking skills as you get older

A new 68-year study claims that by playing traditional games you will protect your thinking skills as you get older

A study suggests that people who play board games or cards have higher chances of remaining mentally sharp when they get older. Psychologists from the University of Edinburgh claim that people who play non-digital games on daily basis achieved

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Petar Jangelovski | Dec 19, 2019

Aspirin can reduce air pollution by half according to a first study of its kind

Aspirin can reduce air pollution by half according to a first study of its kind

This new intriguing study is the first to provide evidence that non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as aspirin can reduce the adverse effects of air pollution on lung function. A subset of data was analyzed by researchers collected from a cohort of 2,280 Boston-area...

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Darko Siracevski | Dec 13, 2019

According to website errors Medicare should be more flexible with seniors’ enrollment

According to website errors Medicare should be more flexible with seniors’ enrollment

People who have Medicare coverage have a deadline until Saturday to sign up for private drug and medical plans for next year. However, health care advocates, members of Congress and insurance agents fear that unsolicited surprises will result from enrollment decisions based on poor information on...

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Petar Jangelovski | Dec 11, 2019

3 main differences between hospice and palliative care

3 main differences between hospice and palliative care

You may not be the only one who wonders about what is the difference between "hospice care" and "palliative care". The two forms of health care are often considered the same, as they both focus on the quality of life and spiritual,...

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Darko Siracevski | Dec 9, 2019

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