Senior Adventures

Think about your health when traveling

Sep 6th, 2018 | By
Think about your health when traveling

Travel can sometimes feel more daunting than relaxing, between flight delays and bumper-to-bumper traffic. What’s more, it has potential health impacts, including leg swelling and increased risk for cold and flu. “Air travel, long drives, less sleep and added stress can weaken your immune system at a time when you’re around more people and susceptible
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Book your trip, and don’t forget the cancellation insurance

Aug 16th, 2018 | By

There are times when everything seems to be against us and no matter how hard we try to make it all work, it just doesn’t come together. You put in an alarm system to protect your house and still someone finds a way in. You drive carefully, paying attention, and another person, probably on their
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Hike was fun, exciting, and a little scary – and I’ll never forget it

Jul 11th, 2018 | By
Hike was fun, exciting, and a little scary – and I’ll never forget it

  My adventure began very innocently on a Sunday morning, after church services during the social hour where we gather for coffee and dessert. Visiting with several other church members, I became part of a conversation about an upcoming hike the following Saturday. Jim, head of the outdoor “God in Creation11 church activity, was talking
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Travel insurance: What to know before you go

Jun 25th, 2018 | By

Here, from Travelinsurance.com, are five things retirees should consider when purchasing travel insurance: Medicare doesn’t provide coverage outside the United States. Travel insurance can provide emergency travel medical coverage with limits that can reach $250,000 per person or more. For extreme situations where an overseas hospital can’t handle the emergency, most travel insurance plans offer
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