Blog - November 2016
Alzheimer’s Awareness — What to Do First After Dementia Discovered or Diagnosed
Posted on November 16, 2016 in Caregiving, Home Care
While much about Alzheimer's disease is focused on facts and figures, consider this from another angle: What to do when you suspect a loved one has Alzheimer’s, or you’ve just received the diagnosis (What next?).Easy tips for smart snacking
Posted on November 15, 2016 in Active Aging, Health and Wellness
Today, whether young or old, snacks are a big part of our regular eating habits. In fact, a whopping 92 percent of us snack sometime during the day or evening.Flying South for the Winter? More Adults 50+ Heading South of the Border
Posted on November 14, 2016 in Active Aging, In The News
With 99% of Americans age 50 and older traveling for fun and spending roughly $125 billion on leisure travel, it is no wonder Boomers are using their vacation days to travel south of the border and domestically, according to AARP’s new 2017 Travel Trends survey released today.4 Creative Ways to Tackle Rising Health Care Costs When Planning for Retirement
Posted on November 01, 2016 in Health and Wellness, Learning
No matter how hard you worked or how much you saved, the sad reality of today’s economic landscape is that the rising cost of health care can quickly eat away at your retirement fund.
Blog - August 2015
Nine in 10 people with high blood pressure can control it, but half don't
Posted on August 14, 2015 in Health and Wellness
Recent studies suggest that 9 out of 10 people with high blood pressure can control it; however, only about half of the people in the United States with high blood pressure do.