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12 April, 2017

What Your Favorite Alcoholic Beverage Says about You

Can someone guess your personality after discovering your favorite alcoholic beverage? Find out here.

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4 April, 2017

You’re Never Too Old to Prevent Skin Cancer

“If I knew I was going to live this long, I’d have taken better care of myself.”

—Mickey Mantle

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30 March, 2017

Downsize Your Home, Upsize Your Life

Few want to leave a home full of memories and comfort. We don’t want to leave the garden where we worked for so many hours or the room we remodeled. We want to leave a legacy for our children. And it’s too much trouble to organize and get rid of all our junk.

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24 March, 2017

Are You at Risk for Kidney Disease?

In honor of National Kidney Disease Awareness Month, we’d like to proclaim the amazing actions of these organs. We’ve also included a few quiz questions along with information about how you can avoid kidney disease.

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14 March, 2017

10 Holistic Sleep Tips for Seniors

Do you become sleepy earlier?

Do you wake up earlier in the morning?

Do you sleep fewer hours than you did when you were younger?

Do you feel as if your sleep isn’t deep?

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21 February, 2017

Curl Up with These New Books

“One of the joys of a really good book is that you're so into the world of the book, you forget what you're looking at is words on a page.”

—Rick Yancey

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16 February, 2017

New Technology You're Going to Love

Comedians have been making jokes about older people and technology for quite a while, not realizing that adults age 55 and older are the fastest-growing group on Facebook. Technology use by older adults has skyrocketed in the past few years and is expected to increase.

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14 February, 2017

Exercises That Beat Winter Depression

Any exercise will help beat depression. By increasing circulation and breathing, you provide more stimulus to the brain. A study in the Journal of Psychiatry and Neuroscience indicated that exercise can improve major depressive disorder by helping new neurons grow in the brain.

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7 February, 2017

Why All You Need Is (Unselfish) Love

Love—or at least marriage—offers a host of benefits, including fewer doctor’s visits; shorter hospital stays; less depression, anxiety, and substance abuse; lower blood pressure; faster healing; better pain control and stress management; and a longer life.

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2 February, 2017

How Do People Around You Affect You?

"We are the average of the five people we spend the most time with,” said motivational guru Jim Rohn.

Scientific evidence backs him up.

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