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    5 Ways to Prepare for Retirement

    It’s something many of us never really think about through the course of our careers. Looming far into the distance, the concept of retirement and subsequently planning for it never truly crosses our mind, and planning for...

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    How Antibody Testing Could Help Return Us to Business as Usual

    For many people in the Western world, the COVID-19 pandemic seemingly grew overnight, sickening millions and causing the once-vital United States economy to grind to an abrupt halt. As cases seemed to subside for a brief period...

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    Conditions Commonly Affecting Individuals Aging With Cerebral Palsy

    Aging is a difficult process for many, especially if you have a disease that you have acquired from birth, such as cerebral palsy. Cerebral palsy is a confluence of permanent movement disorders that manifest in early childhood...

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    5 Tips for Keeping Your Relationship Strong and Healthy After 50

    Whether you’ve been with your partner for the last 30 years or you’ve recently found a new love, it’s always a good idea to spend a bit of time brushing up on your relationship skills and maybe...

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    Not Sure How To Finance Assisted Living Services? Consider These 4 Options

    Making the decision to move from the family home to an assisted living community is not easy. But, if there are health issues, mobility issues, or even memory and cognitive issues that make living without help dangerous...

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    Living on a Fixed Income in Retirement

    Approximately 40% of retirees live on social security. This can make it difficult to sustain a good quality of life. Thankfully, there are ways to supplement your fixed income and reduce your overhead expenses.  Investing in Retirement...

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    Natural Ways to Relieve Stress

    As we get older, it seems like we become more stressed, or at least the cortisol levels within our bodies build up. This is true for women over 50, as extra cortisol is a symptom associated with...

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    Top 4 Benefits of Getting Enough Vitamin C

    If your mother ever told you to finish your fruit as a child, you may have wondered what vitamin C is and why getting enough of it is so important. Whether you choose to consume abundant fruits...

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    The Risks of Using Prescribed Pain Medication

    When your doctor prescribes pain medication, you likely take it without a second thought. They are a doctor, after all, and you trust their judgment. Whether it’s arthritis pain, back pain, bone deterioration, after-surgery pain management, or...

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    Funding Your Retirement

    In your late twenties or early thirties, you may not place an emphasis on funding your retirement, after all, it’s many years away. However, now is precisely the time to take action so that you can continue...

    • Posted 5 months ago
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    Andrew Gyorda Explains How to Remain Safe When Filling a Prescription

    Before the COVID-19 pandemic, one would not have given a second thought to the process of filling a prescription.  All that it required was to notify the drugstore of your request, allow them the time to prepare...

    • Posted 5 months ago
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    Are You One of Those Saving

    With the COVID-19 outbreak leaving some Americans to rethink their financial plans for retirement and the financial future of their children, the Invest in You Survey explored how Americans are tightening their belts to account for current...

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    Why You Need to Know About Rooibos

    Rooibos, meaning ‘red bush’; is a broom-like member of the plant family Fabaceae that grows in South Africa’s fynbos. The leaves from this bush are used to make herbal tea and cosmetics with high levels of antioxidants....

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    Guide To Finding The Right Mask for You

    “How can I find a face mask that’s best for me?” I bet that’s something you didn’t think you’d ever ask yourself on an almost daily basis, but in the age of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s the best...

    • Posted 5 months ago
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    Top Tips On Buying Medical Products: What To Look Out For

    When looking into purchasing medical equipment online, there are several elements to consider such as the reputation of the company as well as the availability of products. However, with some careful planning, you can begin to find...

    • Posted 6 months ago
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    Washing Your Hands As a Woman Over 50

    I’m not if you have asked yourself the same question in the last couple of weeks, but here it goes. With all this talk about the need to wash our hands, have people not been washing their...

    • Posted 6 months ago
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