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It Ain’t the Age, It’s the Activity!

  In today’s Washington Post “MisFits” column, Lenny Berstein introduces us to a gentleman named Roy Clark, who at 102 works out several times a week with his 70 year old personal trainer.  Mr. Clark started working out seriously three … Continue reading

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Brain Health – It’s All In Your Head!

Image Source Page: http://bornstoryteller.wordpress.com/tag/fine-arts-education/ Our brain is an amazing organ.  It grows and develops, learns and changes as we do.  Our brain houses our personality and is the very essence of our being.  As we age, the maintaining health of … Continue reading

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Medicare Open Enrollment – Time to Make Decisions

It’s that time of year again, time for Medicare beneficiaries to reassess whether their Medicare plan is working for them.  Medicare’s open season runs from October 15 to December 7 this year and if beneficiaries want to make any changes, … Continue reading

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It’s Alzheimer’s Action Day!! Take Action!!

It’s Alzheimer’s Action Day!! Take Action!!.

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Home is Where You Are

Home is Where You Are.

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Home is Where You Are

We can all appreciate the term “aging gracefully”.   When we think of growing older,we often equate it with pain and discomfort.   We read about ways to improve our inner mind and body but we should also focus on … Continue reading

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Taking Charge of Your Life and Your Health

Taking Charge of Your Life and Your Health.

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