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November is Diabetes Awareness Month

November 10, 2018

Certain factors can increase your risk of developing diabetes (such as being overweight), but the disease can strike anyone and it becomes more common as we age.

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10 Tips for Safer Travel During the Holidays

November 3, 2018

Traveling during the holidays can present certain challenges, but with preparation you can enjoy a safe and relaxing trip.

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Social Security Beneficiaries Get a “Raise”

October 23, 2018

Starting in January, recipients of Social Security benefits will have a reason to celebrate: Checks will be increasing by 2.8 percent, putting a bit more money in your pocket each month.

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6 Tips for a Better Doctor Visit

October 16, 2018

These tips can help you slow down a rushed physician appointment and reach a better state of communication with your doctor.

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The Importance of Fiber in the Diet

October 9, 2018

One common problem of the typical American diet is a lack of appropriate fiber intake. If your diet is heavy on meats, dairy, and refined flours, but deficient in fresh produce and whole grains, you are probably not getting enough fiber.

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October 2, 2018

Each year, October is designated as Breast Cancer Awareness month. Women of all ages can develop this devastating cancer, but it does become more common as we grow older.

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Does an Aspirin a Day Really Keep the Doctor Away?

September 25, 2018

For decades, many older adults have believed that taking a daily Aspirin is good for your health. Is it really true or is it just a myth? A recent study reveals the answer.

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Stress Can Affect Many Retirees – And Take a Toll on Your Health

September 17, 2018

You might not face a daily commute or a demanding boss, but retirees do experience plenty of stress, often for different reasons than the working crowd.

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