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Disaster Preparedness: A Complete Guide for Seniors

Disaster Preparedness: A Complete Guide for Seniors

We Support: Natural disasters put everyone in their path at risk. Whether it’s a hurricane, a wildfire, a winter storm, or even a heat wave, lives can hang in the balance. But seniors are even more at risk, and the numbers only make this more clear. Here are some...

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A Guide to Breast Cancer in Older Adults

A Guide to Breast Cancer in Older Adults

Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer found in elderly women. A woman has a one-in-eight chance of developing breast cancer over her lifetime, according to the National Cancer Institute. The older a woman is, the more likely it is she will be diagnosed with...

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Overcoming Age Discrimination in the Hiring Process

Overcoming Age Discrimination in the Hiring Process

The unemployment rate in the U.S. dropped to 3.9 percent in July 2018, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), a figure significantly lower than 10 years ago, when unemployment rates hovered somewhere between 9 and 10 percent. So, if you’re in the market...

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Reverse Mortgages Explained: A Senior Citizen’s Guide

Reverse Mortgages Explained: A Senior Citizen’s Guide

What exactly is a reverse mortgage? How does it work and who does it benefit? Also known as the HECM or home equity conversion mortgage in the States, the premise of reverse mortgages is simple enough - it's a loan against your house, for people 62 years of age and...

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Guide to Dialysis and Kidney Disease

Guide to Dialysis and Kidney Disease

Kidney disease is a very common ailment that affects large numbers of the elderly population. Learn everything you should know, including symptoms, treatment, cost and statistics.
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Seniors And Diabetes: A Complete Guide

Seniors And Diabetes: A Complete Guide

Diabetes is one of the biggest health issues in American history, and it’s only affecting more people as the population grows. As of 2015, the Center for Disease Control says more than 30 million Americans have some form of diabetes. That number makes up just under 10...

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