Fitness For Seniors and Their Dogs

Fitness for seniors and their dogs.Seniors benefit from dog companionship. But winter inactivity brings de-conditioning. Help seniors and their dogs get healthy with physical and mental exercise. “My goal in life is to be as good a person as my dog thinks I am.”Author Unknown Seniors and dogsDogs add so much to our lives: companionship, unconditional […]

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Advance Health and Pet Decisions

The Only Things Certain in this World…Taxes and Death. It makes sense then that Tax Day and National Health Care Decisions Day are back to back – 15th and 16th. We all know the importance of making health care decisions in advance of a serious illness or accident. But have you thought about what will […]

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The bottom line on colon cancer

The bottom line on colon cancer…Colon cancer kills 50,000 Americans per year – that’s 1 out of every 23 people. Which is stupid because colon cancer is very curable when detected early. Regular routine screenings reduce your risk of late-stage diagnosis. You know the old saying; an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. […]

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Sex, Seniors, and Assisted Living

It’s February and romance is in the air. Not just for the young but also for the young at heart. It may come as a surprise to you, but older adults still have sex. Not everybody embraces the idea (pun intended). So, if you find a new partner while living in assisted living, be ready […]

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