Easy Spring Cleaning Guide for Seniors

Posted April 27, 2020

Spring is officially here and for many people, the start of the season signals the time to tackle the dust, mess and clutter lingering in your house from the winter. Spring cleaning is especially important as you get older – clutter and disorganization in your house can lead to tripping hazards and unsafe conditions. If...
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Can Certain Activities or Healthy Habits Keep My Memory Intact?

Posted March 5, 2020

The human brain is one of the most fragile parts of the body. As with all other organs, it does age and can deteriorate over time. One of the manifestations of that aging comes in the form of dementia. Memory loss is the symptom most frequently associated with dementia, but it’s certainly not the only...
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Low-Impact and No-Impact Exercises to Elevate Your Heart Rate

Posted December 18, 2019

Don’t let the term “low-impact” fool you – these exercises are a great way to get in a good workout and increase your heart rate. From a technical perspective a low-impact exercise is one in which one foot is always planted on the ground. No-impact exercises are those where both feet stay on the ground...
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Adjusting to Retirement

Posted November 20, 2019

Are you a recent retiree who doesn’t know what to do with all your newfound free time? Don’t worry – that’s a completely normal reaction. Many people feel surprisingly negative in the weeks or even months immediately following their retirement, especially if they haven’t thought ahead about what exactly they would do to fill up...
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Movie Night: Nostalgic Movies from the (Not So Distant) Past

Posted October 30, 2019

Every cohort has their own generation-defining movies. When making best-of classic movie lists, it can be too easy to get caught up in the artistry and early craftsmanship of the old black and white movies, many of which don’t resonate as much with Baby Boomers and people who came of age in the 1960s and...
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