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May 2014

5 Tips to Delay Aging Kristy Jones

May 27th, 2014 | 0

5 tips to delay agingEven though aging is a natural development, its effects on your mind and body are going to rely on the choices of your lifestyle. The body is self-sufficient. It’s the wrong diets and thoughts which compromise its capability of aging gracefully. When you begin eating in consideration to your specific body demands, you are going to create less stress and fewer toxins to your body system. The following are some 5 tips to delay aging.

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The Affordable Care Act: What The ACA Means For American Seniors (INFOGRAPHIC) Lara Baez

May 22nd, 2014 | 0

Affordable Care Act Infographic We understand that navigating the new legislature of the Affordable Care Act (passed in 2010) can be a daunting and confusing process, especially for seniors. Since Medicare is not part of the Healthcare Marketplace established by the ACA, beneficiaries may be unsure of the status of their coverage. In this Infographic, we hope to shed light on some key aspects of what the ACA means for America’s seniors.

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Elder Abuse – Identifying and Stopping It Sophia Francis

May 13th, 2014 | 1

Identifying and Stopping Elder AbuseElder abuse can be easily misdiagnosed or confused with one or more of the natural signs of aging, including mental deterioration and/or ailments such as dementia. In effect, many cases of elder abuse go unreported every year. In the US alone, between one and two million men and women aged 65+ have suffered from elder abuse, though it’s expected that millions more are going unreported.

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