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  • Tennis Everyone?

    What do tennis, racket ball and soccer have in common?  What do jogging, swimming and biking have in common?  You may see that you need at least one partner for each of the first three, and the other three...

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  • How to Begin Your Conversation

    I had the good fortune to speak to a local Rotary chapter this morning.  The question they had put to me was simply how does one plan with an older loved one for that moment that no one wants...

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  • The Hidden Story on Prostate Cancer

    I would like to share a bit of insight into what our more mature male friends should be aware of regarding prostate cancer, and it is not about the cancer itself.  If you ask most men of an age...

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  • Lowering Blood Pressure Has a Bonus

    I like to report on medical research that shows that if a patient does what is directed by their doctor, they can avoid a problem or see a benefit in their lives.  I like it even more when I...

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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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