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Memory Loss After 50: How Can I Improve My Memory?

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Memory Loss After 50: How Can I Improve My Memory?

Of all the things we hate to lose, memory is at the top of the list right next to youth. Thankfully, science has shown that there are specific steps we can take in middle age and as we get older to keep our brain firing on as many cylinders as our age and health allow. We’ve turned to Mayo Clinic, Harvard Medical School and Health magazine to come up with six great tips to strengthen your memory at any stage in life. Memory Improvement Tip #1: Never Stop Learning Harvard University says that those with a higher level of education...

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Fitness After 50: 5 Ways to Stay Fit

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Fitness After 50: 5 Ways to Stay Fit

Is 50 really over the hill? A recent surge in exercise interest among Baby Boomers has brought old stereotypes into question. Retirement communities are transforming themselves from the staid neighborhoods they once were into thriving social centers where residents can choose between dozens of different sports clubs and leagues. At the very least, today’s trends reveal that our bodies still have a lot of fight in them. We may not be as spry as we once were, but you’ll learn pretty quick that you’ve still got the ability to perform exercises that can drastically improve your health. #1 Walk for...

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Starting the New Year Right: Three Things You Can Do to Add Some Excitement to Your Life

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Starting the New Year Right: Three Things You Can Do to Add Some Excitement to Your Life

With the holidays now behind us, we have all kinds of great memories of family to think back on. As we move into the first month of the new year, though, those memories can bring a sense of loneliness. The rush of energy and activity that was the Christmas season is no longer around, our house is back to its quiet self and something seems to be missing. As a result, the holidays can be both exhilarating and saddening at the same time. So, what do we do with ourselves now that life has settled down and we’re back to...

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Popular Holiday Scams: Seniors Beware

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Popular Holiday Scams: Seniors Beware

With the holidays upon us, there’s a special energy in the air. Our families are getting ready to visit us (or vice versa) and our shopping lists are growing with each new present we need to buy for friends and loved ones. With so much travel and shopping on the schedule, scammers are waiting to take advantage of consumers who get caught up in the hype of the busiest shopping and travel season of the year. Seniors are particularly vulnerable to these scams. As the experts at Highya.com pointed out in a recent story about senior scams, the elderly make...

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A Basic Guide to the Most Common Types of Skin Cancer

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A Basic Guide to the Most Common Types of Skin Cancer

As we age, the possibility of skin cancer increases. All those days we spent in the sun when we were young catch up to us. Our constant exposure to UV rays leads to irregular or discolored skin spots that lead to visits to our dermatologist. Hopefully, we get the good news that the spots aren’t dangerous. But in the event that you get a cancer diagnosis, it’s important to educate yourself on the various types of skin cancers. If this is your first cancer diagnosis, you’re likely to be in a little shock as the doctor tells you about what...

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