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Improving Chronic Health of the Elderly

According to one researcher, people age 60 years and older tend to have a lower quality of life — which is ironic, considering we work hard so we can achieve financial independence by that time in our lives. Recent developments in regenerative medicine are designed to help older people live a higher quality of life with less…

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Thanksgiving!

This time of year sees turkeys land in the freezer and age old family recipes come out to see the light of day again. While a delicious feast and time spent with loved ones are certainly the highlight of November, I like to pause and reflect on gratitude – the backbone of Thanksgiving. Did you…

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How to Take Off Without Breaking the Bank

Value Flight Offerings on the Rise For travelers jet-setting all over the world, finding airfare at the right price may be the most stressful part of the vacation. The rise of cheap, no-frills nationwide airline options have provided more than affordable flights — they’ve offered stiff competition to the major airlines. This may partially explain…

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The Power of Meditation

The Science of Worrying Worrying; it’s part of being human. Retirees might be concerned about running out of income, poor health or how the world has changed and what that means for their grandchildren. Parents might worry about everything from money and work to family, health and nutrition. The problem is, the more we worry,…

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Preventing Elderly Financial Abuse

A recent study by the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College concluded that many retirees who do not suffer from any cognitive impairment can still manage their money through their 70s and 80s. The study reports that financial capacity relies on accumulated knowledge and that knowledge stays mostly intact as we age. However, the study…

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Strategies For Adjusting To Retirement

One way to deal with the issues some men face in retirement is to keep working. A recent study from Oregon State University found that people who retired at age 66 were 11 percent less likely to die from any cause than those who retired just one year earlier. It turns out that the daily…

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Can Longevity Truly be Predicted

Every morning, Emma Morano ate a raw egg and biscuits. When she died at age 117 in April of this year, she was the oldest person in the world. She lived in Verbania, a picturesque town situated on Lake Maggiore in northern Italy. Violet Brown, who was born in 1900 and lives in Jamaica, now…

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See a Dentist Before You Retire

One activity that’s easy to overlook when preparing for retirement is dental work. While you may be in the habit of getting checkups every six months, be aware that Medicare doesn’t cover routine dental procedures, so this expense will soon be out-of-pocket. As you age, you’re more likely to have dental problems. So when you get…

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Active Money Management

Money doesn’t save itself. It doesn’t invest itself. It requires action upfront. Even if an investor engages in passive money management, he first should decide on his goals, his tolerance for risk, how he wants to invest, where he wants to invest, where the money will come from and if he can save/invest in a…

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