• Retired traveling couple
    Travel Tips for Older Travelers

    Traveling is not just for the young millennials, or couples on their vacation. As older travelers you are not saddled by a lot of daily stresses that deluge the modern age and with a wealth of knowledge,...

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    Grooming Tips for Older Men

    As men approach their sunset years, a substantial number tend to give up on their appearance. With crow’s feet, sagging skin and graying hair, it is very easy to feel overwhelmed by the thought that soon you...

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    5 Tips to Keep Healthy Veins as You Age

    As you get older your body goes through a number of changes, and one of the most visible may be skin changes, varicose, spider and twisted veins. These bluish veins are a common occurrence in the population,...

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    Restraint-Free Environment as a Child of a Dementia Patient

    Dementia is not just challenging for the patient struggling with the condition, it is very difficult for their loved ones and problematic for the staff treating them. The person who has dementia is confronted with confusion, loss...

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    Improved Cognitive Memory with Neuroscientist

    First-of-its-Kind Brain Health Supplement by former Mayo Clinic Neuroscientist Aims to Improve Cognitive Memory America’s newest brain health supplement may come in a small capsule, but according to scientific studies, its benefits could be huge. Sophrosyne, a first-of-its-kind breakthrough product launched...

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    Creating a Revolution – One Bracelet at a Time

    Let’s face it mid-life, middle aged, whatever you call it – can be daunting. In most cases our houses are a bit more quiet as we adjust to being empty nesters. Our jobs are transitioning or wrapping...

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  • What’s in the Cloud’s?

    If you like most adults have watched any TV in the last couple years, you will have seen hundreds of ads telling you about the various Cloud computing solutions for businesses. They go on to speak about...

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    How Does Burial Insurance Work?

    Your children are grown and your debts are little to none. You might even be retired and living comfortably with your spouse. You most likely don’t need a term life insurance policy anymore. Still, you want to...

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    Feel like a Celebrity

    There is nothing more disheartening than to feel like a celebrity when you leave the house for an event, and then to see yourself in the mirror an hour later…Your makeup is cakey and filling those lines...

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  • Is Your Medicine Cabinet Ready For Winter?

    We spend more time indoors during fall and winter, which means everyone in the family is at greater risk for bringing home plenty of germs. The common cold is a leading cause of missed days from school....

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    The Type I Diabetes DIY Movement That Will Not Wait

    A person living with type one diabetes often feels as if their condition dictates every aspect of their life. While, in their view, regulatory bodies and device manufactures have been slow to find a real, lasting cure...

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    Winter Can Be a Pain!

    Yes, winter can be a pain, but it doesn’t have to be. Lots of folks complain about the cold temperatures worsening aches and pains after working out, raking leaves, or shoveling snow. It is true that the colder...

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