Monthly Archives: June 2013

Keys to Happiness Quiz

Test your brain on what you know about finding your own  happiness with this quiz from AARP!

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Health Care Advocate

If someone you love is in the hospital, this can be a bewildering, stressful, and painful time. You want to make sure they get the best level of care possible, here are a few things to keep in mind.  

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Preventing Heat Stroke in Seniors

Hot weather is dangerous, but seniors are particularly prone to its threat. When the body hits 104°F heat stroke sets in. Click here to learn prevention tips.

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Stroke Related PTSD

Post-traumatic stress disorder, known as PTSD, is not just a problem for military veterans, sexual assault survivors and other crime victims  — it also plagues many stroke victims, according to new research.  1 in 4 stroke victims experience PTSD and … Continue reading

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Active Seniors

Whether looking to increase passive activity by exercising your mind or to increase physical activity by exercising your body — or both — take a look at how seniors are redefining and even extending their later years.  Explore your limits! 10 Active … Continue reading

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Personality Dementia Hits Younger Patients

A dementia that rivals Alzheimer’s and  strikes before age 65.   Frontotemporal dementia affects a different area of the brain than Alzheimer’s, destroying the frontal lobes and spurring big personality changes.  The Alzheimer’s Association estimates that in people younger than age … Continue reading

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Fall Prevention is Crucial

June is National Safety Month.  Fall prevention is critical for aging adults.  Falls can threaten the health, wellbeing and quality-of-life for many seniors and their families. About 35% of people over-65 and 50% of those over-85 will fall this year. Click here to learn … Continue reading

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18 Ways to Save Around the House

Cut your household expenses by trying these money-saving tips. Click here to view the AARP article.

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Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s? What to Do Next

Receiving a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease isn’t easy. The bad news is that Alzheimer’s is not curable. The good news is that the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease can last for years in some cases—and you can still live a … Continue reading

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Caring for the Ones You Love

As people begin to age, they increasingly require more precautions and additional care. On average, the majority of seniors prefer to live at home where they can continue to retain some sense of independence and dignity. Deciding whether to take … Continue reading

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