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Secrets to Nourishing Healthy Habits after Retirement

March 17th, 2017 | No Comment Yet
There must have been many things that you wanted to try when you were younger, but you never found enough time to start doing it. Other things seemed more important or rewarding at the time. Now that you have all the time of the world for yourself, make sure you  Read More »

Disabled After Retirement? 4 Tips On What To Do Now

February 17th, 2017 | No Comment Yet
Your retirement should be filled with relaxation and spending time with friends and family doing what you want after working for so many years. However, as you age, there is also an increased risk that something physically will happen to the body that will result in not being able to  Read More »

Helpful Moving Checklist

February 10th, 2017 | No Comment Yet
Retirees often move to warmer weather. If you’ve ever moved, then you know how stressful of a time it can be, trying to remember every single thing you need to coordinate and get done. That’s why it’s very important to stay organized. Our friends over at Transit Systems have created a  Read More »

Have An Astigmatism? What You Can Do About It At Home

February 7th, 2017 | No Comment Yet
Author: Emma Sturgis Astigmatism is a condition of the eyes that causes multiple focus points that result in distorted vision. The eyes fail to focus light correctly, which produces blurriness in the image. Astigmatism is a result of an irregularly shaped cornea. Instead of a normal round shape, the cornea  Read More »

Staying Hydrated: 5 Revitalizing and Surprising Benefits of Water

February 3rd, 2017 | No Comment Yet
Author: Kara Masterson We have all heard it before. You need to drink more water. However, chances are you probably do need to drink more water. Water composes more than half of your body and is essential for survival. Consuming it regularly can have enormous health benefits, some you may  Read More »

4 Tips For Getting Great Medical Care After Retirement

January 30th, 2017 | No Comment Yet
Author: Kara Masterson Planning for retirement is an extensive, detailed process. While Social Security can help cover your day to day living expenses, most of us know it’s not enough. On top of that, the high cost of health care is of primary concern to most retirees. Fortunately, there are  Read More »

Healthy at Home: 5 New Health Technologies for Retirees

January 27th, 2017 | No Comment Yet
Author: Dixie Somers If you are a retiree with concerns about growing health problems or the quality of your daily life, you have many good reasons to remain optimistic. In fact, you might advise your children or grandchildren to pursue a medical technology degree online. Various manufacturers and retailers are  Read More »

Causes of declining Mental Health in Elders and how to Combat them

January 26th, 2017 | No Comment Yet
Author: Rachael Everly   Poor mental health is one the leading causes of death amongst elder adults. While it’s obvious that senior adults are prone to both physical and mental illnesses, the deterioration of mental health can be avoided. There are steps you can take to better prepare yourself for  Read More »

Stay Active to Stay Productive

January 20th, 2017 | No Comment Yet
It wasn’t all that long ago when we could jog around the track or sprint across the field without any trouble at all, and even more recently when we could climb the stairs without getting short of breath. Whether entering into our late working years or enjoying our retirement, reaching  Read More »

4 Healthy Activities to take up as habits after retirement

January 17th, 2017 | No Comment Yet
Author: Rachael Everly  Retirement can be very demoralizing for many people but what seniors should realize that retirement is just the end of an integral part of one’s life, not the end of life itself. Not having a job means there’s only more time to do so much more. Use this  Read More »