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Maintaining Fitness And Independence Past 50, 60 And Beyond


Living independently is something people of all ages value, and something no one can afford to take for granted. Staying active and fit plays a major role in your level of independence, and will affect the lifestyle options available to you over time. The key to staying physically active as you age is to build...
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Annual Medicare Open Enrollment Period


Believe it or not, it’s that time again. This year’s Annual Medicare Open Enrollment Period is from October 15th through December 7th. During this time, beneficiaries can change their Medicare plan for the following year. If you are happy with your plan, you do not have to do anything; however, it is a good idea...
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Family Caregivers May Neglect Their Own Physical Activity Routine


Being a family caregiver has its' own sets of challenges. However, making time for some physical activity can reduce the chance of many diseases and allows time off for the caregiver. ...
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Are You Insured?


Imagine crossing an intersection only to be broad-sided by another driver that chose to run a red light. Now imagine that accident causing your neck to be broken, your spinal cord severed, and injuries that require a three-month hospital stay, followed by six months of out-patient care. Does your health insurance cover all the special...
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