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Making Art Has a Profound Effect on Vulnerable Older Adults

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If social inclusion is an important factor in promoting optimum wellness in older adults, what happens when you add arts to the equation?

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Are You Getting Enough Protein? Too Much?

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If you’re like me, you often find yourself confused by how many health headlines contradict one another. Lately, I’ve found this to be true where protein is concerned...

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The Joy of Fostering a Senior Dog

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Carol Byers already had two dogs when she decided to foster a third. Byers, an active woman in her early 70s, set her sights on an older pet.
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What You Need to Know About Tech Support Scams

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Over the last year or two, tech support scams have exploded. The fraudsters want to “remote in”... 

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How to Avoid Sneaky Bank Overdraft Fees

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Banks love to talk about how easy it is to do online banking, such as depositing checks via a smartphone app. But did you know that if you want to see how much is really in your bank account...

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11 Tips to Stay Safe When Traveling Abroad

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The opportunity to travel is one of the great benefits of having financial security and more free time as we age. Traveling is one the most life-enriching activities, and traveling...

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What Loneliness Is Doing to Your Heart

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You may have heard that loneliness is hazardous to your health — and can even lead to an early death...

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The Online Classes That Help the Homebound Connect

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Rose Binder, 93, of Queens, N.Y., is homebound. She has no stores in her neighborhood, and taking an accessible taxi service...

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Why Working Longer Is Good for Your Health

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Retirement didn’t sit with Lee Humphrey when she tried it about a decade ago, at 62. About a year after leaving...

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The Surprising Secrets of Successful Retirees

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If you’re in your 40s, 50s or early 60s, odds are you’d like to know what it takes to have a happy and successful retirement. 

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