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Studies Show Seniors Still Have Plenty of “It” Left in the Tank

Seniors have gotten a bad rap for having low sex drives, even being relegated to the realm of fictitious figures. But study after study has shown that not only do seniors enjoy healthy sex lives well into their golden years, but talking about it makes everything better.
Healthy Numbers
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Unpredictable Winter Weather Calls for Extra Safety Vigilance

This winter has been anything but normal, from the polar vortex dipping way past its usual borders to a sudden thaw immediately after. And while the warm respite in weather is welcome, it can have perilous consequences on the environment that means seniors need to take precautions when venturing outside.
Chicago River Drowning
Last week, temperatures in …

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Maintaining Independent Living

One of the greatest fears faced by seniors is loss of independence. And with the population of Americans aged 65 or older expected to double to 80 million in the next 30 years, the challenge of living independently will increase. But with a couple of tweaks, here’s how to maintain it for as long as …

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Senior Safety During the Winter and Holiday Season

Depending on where you live in the United States, keeping your senior safe during the winter and holiday season can sometimes be a treacherous task! Here’s a quick list of tips to keep in mind as the mercury drops.
It’s all too easy to slip and fall on ice, a particularly dangerous situation as an icy …

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