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Monthly Archives: February 2014

Four Common Vision Problems Among Seniors, and How to Fix Them

Date : Feb 28,2014 By : Marlena Stoddard For seniors over 60, an annual eye exam should not be overlooked. There are many age-related vision problems that can occur. Many eye conditions progress slowly over time without symptoms, but can cause problems that range from mild discomfort to total blindness. Presbyopia A common age-related vision […]

Never too Early: Six Things you can do Now to Plan Financially for Retirement

Date : Feb 27,2014 By : Emma Sturgis For you, retirement may be right around the corner or decades away. Regardless of where you are in relation to your retirement, you will need to start preparing. Here are six steps you can take now to help you get started: 1) Figure Out How Much You […]

5 Ways to Help a Parent in a Care Facility to Manage Finances

Date : Feb 26,2014 By : Meghan Belnap It can be hard to watch your parents age. While the decision to place them in a care facility was likely a difficult decision to make, there are other ways in which you may feel you need to help them transition into this advanced time of their […]

I’ve Fallen and I Can’t Get Up” 5 Things to Know About Slip and Fall Injuries

Date : Feb 26,2014 By :Marlena Stoddard Many people laughed at the commercial from 1989 where an elderly woman falls and cries out desperately “I’ve fallen and I can’t get up!” but the reality of falls is no joke. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), over 11% of seniors aged 75+ were treated […]

6 Signs Your Retirement Planning is on the Right Track

Date : Feb 21,2014 By : Karleia Steiner Retirement planning can be tricky business, and it is hard to know if you will be well prepared. Here are six signs that your planning is going well: 1) You have a goal in mind: It is hard to plan if you don’t know what you are […]

Hope in the Diagnosis: New Developments in the Cancer Treatment World You Haven’t Heard Of

Date : Feb 21,2014 By : Anita Ginsburg Cancer is a disease which causes abnormal cells to divide without control, and it is able to invade other tissues. There are over 100 different types of cancer. This year, approximately 13 million Americans will be diagnosed with cancer. New Approach to Cancer Treatment Scientist have discovered […]

Social Security Benefits: Finding the Right Time to Retire

Date : Feb 20,2014 By :Marlena Stoddard Retirement planning is essential if you want to live comfortably in your golden years. With the Social Security system on the decline, deciding what age is the right age for you to retire can be a difficult decision. Not only do you need to consider how much time […]

8 Ways To Lower Your Life Insurance Premium

Date : Feb 12,2014 By : Jaden Sanders Giving out a certain portion of your income every month in order to save money is hard without a doubt. Getting a life insurance policy for yourself is something which is imperative as well as unavoidable. However, what hurts at times, is the high premium rates which […]

4 Fitness Tips for Retirees

Date : Feb 10,2014 By : Yesh Collins You are never too old to be active. Regular workouts and a healthy lifestyle can lower the risk of most health complications during your senior years. Below are some fitness tips for retirees. Visit a doctor Before you start any fitness program, visit your doctor or physician. […]

5 Must Read Home Security Tips for Seniors

Date : Feb 08,2014 By : Karleia steiner As you grow older, it is important to ensure you take steps to protect yourself and your belongings. While you want to enjoy your retirement, sadly there are people who might try to take advantage of you. Here are some ideas on how to help keep your […]