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What Specific Vitamins Play a Key Role in Senior’s Health?

January 26th, 2015 · No Comments

Seniors have brittle bones, there’s no secret about that. After a certain age, the body stops producing adequate amounts of skin, bone, muscle and red blood cells on a constant basis. Ergo, vitamins and minerals are required to fill in the gaps and get the body back on its feet.

These nutrients are responsible for all sorts of processes that occur in the human body, such as boosting the immune system, healing wounds, and strengthening bones. [Read more →]

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Late Bloomers Infographic

January 26th, 2015 · No Comments

One of the most inspirational feats anyone can accomplish is to do so after reaching a certain age. In our case, on this site, is when that accomplishment happens to someone over sixty, at the very least.

People in their seventies, eighties and beyond are finding they can succeed far later in life than they ever would have believed.

It wasn’t easy. They worked hard to get to where they are. But, they did not give up. They kept going despite the odds and didn’t quit until they accomplished their goal. [Read more →]

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How to Take Great Care of Your Parents on a Fixed Budget

January 21st, 2015 · No Comments


They were there for you and now you want to be there for them in their time of need.  However, as much as you love your parents, taking care of them as they get older can sometimes feel like an impossible task both financially and emotionally, especially if you’re working with a fixed or limited budget. Fortunately there are a variety of resources that enable you to provide your parents with exceptional care, while relieving you of many of the potential sacrifices that you might otherwise face. [Read more →]

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Stay Young at Heart Even as You Age

January 20th, 2015 · No Comments

The greatest pleasures I’ve experienced the past few years as a grandmother are the many ways my grandson keeps me young at heart. I would never have believed I would spend so much time sitting on the floor playing games, wrestling with an active child, laughing at our own private jokes, and receiving the wonderful hugs that often threaten to bring tears to my eyes. [Read more →]

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6 Safe Running and Jogging Tips for the Elderly

January 13th, 2015 · No Comments

When it comes to exercise for the elderly, one of the easiest and economical ways to stay fit is to start running or jogging on a regular basis. However, approaching this new endeavor requires a careful approach, so here are six tips to staying safe: [Read more →]

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