How To Be Safe On Social Media

More than 1.5 million elderly people have a profile on Facebook and regularly use Skype to stay in touch, connect with people with similar interests; renew old friendships; and reduce symptoms of anxiety, stress and depression. However, there are dangers associated with social media. Here are a few ways to protect yourself and your identity:...
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The Importance of Stretching

As we age, muscles become shorter and lose their elasticity. Aging can affect the structure of your bones and muscles causing pain and decreased range of motion in the shoulders, spine and hips. Stretching is an excellent way to relax and relieve tension. It becomes very important for seniors to maintain range of motion and your...
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Déjà Vu

“Oh No! I’m becoming my mother!” Does that sound familiar? Do you find yourself starting to parent your parent? When you were young, did you watch as your parents took over the responsibility of taking care of their mom and dad and now find you are doing the same?  Is your everyday life starting to become...
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