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It's Not Too Late to Start Eating Healthy

It's Not Too Late to Start Eating Healthy 

Healthy eating means a healthy you – and that means fewer doctor visits, less spent on medication, and the ability to stay active and independent. Those are all great...

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How to Honor Senior Veterans on Veterans Day

How to Honor Senior Veterans on Veterans Day 

 Photo by Tech. Sgt. Michael Holzworth                           

Tomorrow is Veterans Day, and to mark the occasion, we’d like to give you a little history of the...

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Bridge the gap: Activities to do with your grandchildren

Posted on November 3, 2016 2

Bridge the gap: Activities to do with your grandchildren

The holidays are coming and that means families get-togethers. This may present grandparents with the chance of spending some precious quality time with their...

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Tips to Ensure a Frightfully Good Halloween for Seniors

Posted on October 24, 2016 0

Tips to Ensure a Frightfully Good Halloween for Seniors

Halloween is fast approaching, and while it’s a fun-filled event, anticipated by children of all ages, it can be a stressful evening for some seniors.

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Report: Caregivers Need More Support

Posted on October 14, 2016 0

Report: Caregivers Need More Support

If you care for an elderly loved one, you know that you’re providing an important service that makes a difference in someone’s life. But if providing that care has taken a toll on...

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Flu Season is Here: Seniors Face Higher Risk

Flu Season is Here: Seniors Face Higher Risk

October is here and that means it’s the start of flu season. In fact, the first case of flu in New Hampshire this season has already been identified, according to WMUR.

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NH Has Plenty of Fall Activities for Seniors

NH Has Plenty of Fall Activities for Seniors

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Fall is Here: Time to Learn More About Senior Falls

Time to Learn More About Senior Falls

Next Thursday is the start of fall – and that’s a great time for senior fall prevention awareness and education! In fact, Sept. 22 is National Falls Prevention Day, an event...

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More Seniors Are Working Longer

More Seniors Are Working Longer

Older Americans are staying in the workplace longer and it’s for a number of reasons: an increase in the age to receive full Social Security benefits; changes in retirement policies;...

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Lending a hand for back-to-school

Lending a hand for back-to-school

There’s no denying that Back-to-School time is here; simply take a look at Facebook and many of your friends’ posts will be photos of the little ones (and big ones) heading off for...

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