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10:32 PM / Friday February 28, 2020

Seniors

Myths about the aging brain revealed

September 4, 2010

Who says you can’t teach a mind new tricks at any age? Recent research shows that Americans have the power to positively influence their brain function throughout life – an important realization that is especially relevant for the more than 78 million baby boomers in the United States.

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Seniors: How to live independently and safely

August 23, 2010

Retirement is a great time to enjoy life – especially in your own home. But if you – or your parents – are starting to slow down, suffering from occasional imbalance or are having difficulty living safely in your home, it could limit your independence, and potentially cause you harm.

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Tips for a healthier you at middle age

July 5, 2010

With the revival of the 50-year-old fashionista, the 42.9 million baby boomer women in America are approaching aging with confidence and style. While talking about many sensitive topics is no longer off-limits to this vocal group, there still remain several embarrassing health topics…

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Legal Help for Seniors

May 15, 2010

What do elder law attorneys do? My parents need some legal help with an insurance problem and a long-term care issue but have limited funds. What can you tell us and where can we find help.

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Sun Report

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