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The Best Foods for Brain Health

The Best Foods for Brain Health

We’re all aware that eating a healthy diet can have positive effects on cardiovascular health and is essential in keeping the body in tip-top shape. But a diet rich in vitamins, minerals, and nutrients can also lower the risk of cognitive decline. “Brain foods” can...
Risk Factors of Alzheimer’s Disease

Risk Factors of Alzheimer’s Disease

Despite recent gains in Alzheimer’s research, the statistics around the disease remain staggering. More than five million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s today, and it is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States. Thirty-three percent of seniors have...
Taking Over Your Parents’ Finances

Taking Over Your Parents’ Finances

As your parents age and their cognitive health declines or they begin experiencing trouble with their memory, you may notice them having difficulty continuing to manage their finances. It is most likely time to step in and help if you notice any of the following:...
The Health Benefits of Being a Social Senior

The Health Benefits of Being a Social Senior

Despite our society being more technologically advanced and connected than ever, studies show that people as a whole are experiencing loneliness at higher rates. This is especially true for the senior population, with 43% of those over the age of sixty-five regularly...
Avoiding Caregiver Burnout

Avoiding Caregiver Burnout

If you are one of the more than 40 million Americans providing care to an elderly parent or loved one, you will likely (if you haven’t already) experience caregiver burnout. Half of caregivers report having difficulty balancing work with their caregiving...
Online Dating for Seniors

Online Dating for Seniors

With the ever-growing population of single senior citizens in this country, dating among seniors over the age of 65 is becoming more common. The number of divorced seniors has doubled since the 1990s, and an estimated 20 million Americans over the age of 65 are...
When Mom Can No Longer Live Alone

When Mom Can No Longer Live Alone

  For the 40% of people over the age of sixty-five that experience age-related memory impairment, occasional moments of forgetfulness is normal. If you’ve noticed your elderly parent misplace an item that was just in their hand or forget what they were about to...
Senior Discounts at All Ages

Senior Discounts at All Ages

Getting older has its perks! Believe it or not, “senior” discounts are available for those as young as fifty years old.  Before starting to look into available deals, consider joining AARP. All people fifty years and older are eligible to join, and membership comes...