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Senior topics


What’s the point of prayer?

Aug 28, 2015

Samuel M. Shoemaker, an Episcopal priest, said, “Prayer may not change things for you, but it for sure changes you for things.” And novelist Victor Hugo wrote, “Certain thoughts are...

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Drink up! Hydration is important in any weather

Aug 24, 2015

Dehydration is a dangerous condition at any age. Chronic dehydration can cause fever, gastritis, heartburn, arthritis, headaches, depression, weight problems, premature aging and organ...

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Five steps to maintain muscle mass as you age

Aug 19, 2015

Have you noticed that your pants are looser than they used to be?


Starting as early as your 30s, your lean body mass begins to decrease, which means you’re losing muscle.



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Senior care & services

Will robots replace healthcare workers?

Aug 17, 2015

You can always count on a human connection as technology expands at the
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Technology has become a vital part of daily life for most people. It’s being used more and...

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Family caregivers

Taking care of the caregiver: Tips to avoid burnout

Aug 12, 2015

More than 25 percent of adults in the United States provided care for a chronically ill, disabled or aging family member or friend during the past year. If you are one of these caregivers,...

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Senior care & services

Saving for the future: prepare now to minimize medical costs

Aug 10, 2015

More than half of Americans turning 65 will face a disability requiring some level of long-term care, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.


If you're one of...

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