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Oct
21

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Most of us know someone who has been diagnosed with cancer, sadly most of know multiple people who have battled this terrible disease. You may even be a survivor, and if so – hurrah! October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month – a time to celebrate survivors, become educated, share our stories and band together to raise awareness and donations to figh...
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Oct
15

Cyber Crime & Financial Scams Against Seniors

In today's society, cybercrime, scams, hacks and fraud have become common occurrences because so much of our daily lives are wrapped up in technology. The internet is an invention that has introduced so many wonderful things to our lives. The ease of email and social media give us the ability to stay connected with friends and family across the cou...
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Oct
06

How to Organize Your Medical Information

For many people, the prospect of gathering the various pieces of medical history and information is enough to send us looking for an oven to scrub or gutters to clean out. The task of assembling all this information into one location, and keeping it updated as things change, seems both cumbersome and overwhelming. However, carving out the time to t...
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Sep
29

Poor Circulation in the Elderly

Circulation is one of the vital processes of our human bodies. The circulatory system, also known as the vascular or cardiovascular system, transports a myriad of life-giving necessities throughout our bodies. Oxygen, carbon dioxide, nutrients and blood cells provide nourishment that we simply cannot survive without. Health circulation is a crucial...
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Sep
22

Geriatric Diabetes

As people age, the risk for Type 2 diabetes increases. According to the American Diabetes Association , one in four people over the age of 60 have diabetes. Type 2 diabetes, also known as adult-onset diabetes, occurs when your body, specifically the pancreas, does not produce enough insulin to allow your body to convert glucose into energy. Without...
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