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New Medicare Cards Are on the Way… Beware of Fraud

July 20, 2017

Medicare will begin replacing their cards in April of 2018 and this provides thieves with a unique opportunity to attempt to steal your identity. Here’s how to protect yourself…

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All Retirees Can Benefit from This Health Tip

July 11, 2017

Researchers have been investigating the powerful link between the state of your mind and the state of your physical health – and what they’ve found might surprise you.

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5 Ways to Reduce Your Prescription Expenses

July 5, 2017

Are you concerned over the rising costs of your prescription drugs? We’ve got a few suggestions on how you might be able to lower this monthly expense.

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9 Tips for Safer Senior Driving

June 27, 2017

We all should be practicing safe driving habits, but as we age there are a few aspects of driving safety that need to be considered.

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6 Tips for Avoiding Heat Stroke this Summer

June 12, 2017

The weather has already warmed up considerably, and since we become more sensitive to heat as we grow older, even those who have always tolerated it well might find themselves experiencing problems.

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10 Essential Health Tips after Age 50

June 2, 2017

As your parents and grandparents grew older, you probably watched them develop many age-related health conditions. Take these steps to live a longer, healthier life!

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How to Identify the Signs of a Stroke

May 22, 2017

In most cases, prompt medical attention can reverse the damage from a stroke, as long as the patient gets to the hospital right away. That’s why learning the signs of a stroke and what to do if you think someone is having a stroke is so important.

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Ways to Avoid a Financial Hardship During Retirement

May 16, 2017

A financial setback can happen to anyone, at any time. However, once you are retired you could be increasingly prone to these problems because you might be living on a very fixed income. What would you do if you encountered a major unexpected expense?

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