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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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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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Celebrate Our Growing Centenarian Population!

Posted on August 18, 2016 0

 Celebrate Our Growing Centenarian Population!

 
Famous centenarians, from left: Bob Hope, Olivia de Havilland, Queen Elizabeth I The Queen Mother, and Grandma Moses.

 

What do George Burns, Olivia de Havilland,...

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Beat the Heat and Prevent Dehydration

Posted on June 29, 2016 0

Beat the Heat and Prevent Dehydration

Summer is officially here – and so is the heat! While it’s important for everyone to get more liquids in their bodies when the temperatures rise, it’s especially important for...

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Seniors, Take Stock of Your Health During Men's Health Month

Posted on June 24, 2016 0

Seniors, Take Stock of Your Health During Men's Health Month

June is Men’s Health Month, an annual observance aimed at raising awareness of preventable health problems and encouraging early detection and treatment...

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Elderly financial abuse: What to look for

Posted on May 19, 2016 0

Elderly financial abuse: What to look for

You go to the home of your elderly parent or loved one and you find an empty refrigerator, stacks of unopened mail and a new large-screen television: Should you be worried?

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Get out and go! Spring activities for seniors

Posted on April 8, 2016 0

Ten spring activities for seniors

New Hampshire’s weather this year has been a bit confusing. A good part of winter felt like spring (where did the snow go?) and this spring has started out feeling like winter...

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Seniors and Video Games? You Bet!

Seniors and Video Games? You Bet!

As you watch your kids play video games, you may be perplexed by the games’ appeal. You may wonder if that time in front of the game console is healthy and if there’s any redeeming...

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