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The Power Pets Hold For Healing Older Adults

As we age and grow older it’s difficult to come to terms with loosing loved ones and as this is a natural part of life it can be difficult to get through. While going through this many of us can experience symptoms of loneliness and depression. Choosing to adopt an animal can be a great distraction not only to improve your mental health but bring a new purpose in later life.

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Senior Health In Veterans: Coping With Military PTSD Symptoms As You Age

By Jess Walter

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Five Things You Can Do to Stay Occupied During Retirement

By Anica Oaks

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Aging Parents—How to Make a Mother-in-Law Apartment Wheelchair Accessible

By Kara Masterson

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Ten Ways To Care For Your Skin For Older Adults

As you get older, so too does your skin. Collagen and elastin production slow down, causing your skin to lose some of its elasticity. Older skin can also become thinner, more fragile and dryer. Luckily, there are simple steps you can take to improve how your skin, and you, feel and look.

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Outdoor Senior Activity

Much of the country may still be experiencing cold weather, but March is actually a transitional month with the Daylight Savings time change and spring equinox. In preparation for warmer weather and longer days, LifeFone has actually posted a helpful blog that explains how activity and exercise benefits people of all ages and ability levels. 

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Key Factors Older Adults Should Consider When Choosing A Vehicle

By Jess Walter

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Four Questions to Ask When Deciding Whether to Keep or Sell Your Life Insurance

Five Strategies to Expand Your Social Circle in Your Golden Years

By Kara Masterson

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