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  • When an Employee’s Headache Becomes the Boss’ Migraine!

    In the U.S. there are 94 million employees who are a phone call away from their caregiver crisis. That’s the combined population total of Texas, California and New York! The Met Life Market Institute estimates the combined caregiving cost...

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  • GOOD NEWS FOR CHRONIC CARE

    Associate Care Manager Gregory is a Certified Senior Advisor (CSA), Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP), and Medicare Counselor, whose work focuses on helping aging adults and folks with limited independence by providing resources and support to help them discover and lead...

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  • Bone Up on Osteoporosis

    For how many years have women been told they need to take some sort of calcium supplement even before they advance in years to avoid osteoporosis?  Okay, it’s a big number, but that’s not the point if you have...

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  • Dementia Prevention?

    Alzheimer’s Disease affects nearly 6 million Americans and despite having some clinical therapies that modestly impact the disease onset or progression, there is not yet a cure.  Yet, there is accumulating evidence that the best “cure” for Alzheimer’s may...

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  • Lights On, But Nobody’s Home

    We have all heard the phrase and it usually is a reference to someone who is just a little less on top of their game.  Just last week, however, The New York Times released data on staffing in nursing...

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  • It’s Not Just About the Exercise

    My mother used a phrase to put a good face on her moments of leisure.  She would say: “Sometimes I sits and thinks, and sometimes I just sits.”  I have some bad news for my mother – sitting (thinking...

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  • Flying without a Plan

    I bet if I asked for a show of hands for any of you who have flown on a commercial airline within the past year, there would be only a precious few who did not raise their hands.  Now,...

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  • Long-Term Doesn’t Mean Put It Off Until Later

    Gregory Peebles is a Certified Senior Advisor (CSA), Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP), and trained Medicare Counselor, whose work focuses on helping aging adults and folks with limited independence by navigating resources and support to help them discover and lead their...

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