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Bring on the veggies and fruit

Jan 15th, 2019 | By
Bring on the veggies and fruit

Ample fruits and vegetables in the diet is essential throughout the entire lifespan, including in older adults. In fact, seniors who consume more fruits and veggies lower their risk of numerous chronic diseases and are expected to live longer, especially in combination with regular physical activity. Older adults should consume approximately two cups of fruits
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New experiences are out there for retirees

Jan 15th, 2019 | By

Maybe you’re one of those people who worked hard all your life, and didn’t take – or have– the time to travel and see this wonderful world of ours. And now in retirement, you find yourself with lots of time and itching to travel, but don’t know where to get started. The good news is,
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Feeling unmotivated in the new year? Remove the s-word from your vocabulary

Jan 7th, 2019 | By
Feeling unmotivated in the new year? Remove the s-word from your vocabulary

I want you to pause for a moment and think of that thing you needed or wanted to do in 2018 but you still haven’t gotten around to yet, and you keep putting off. The idea or project is just sitting there, and the “unfinishedness” of it is weighing on you. But when it actually
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The importance of strong cell signals in nursing homes

Jan 2nd, 2019 | By

With 42 percent of seniors over 65 owning a smartphone, one of the top concerns when choosing a nursing home is the ability to stay in touch with loved ones. Families and friends want to easily and seamlessly check in on nursing home residents so they can stay connected and ensure their well-being and happiness.
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