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Incontinence, Constipation, Ulcers and More—What Seniors Need to Know

As we get older, lots of things about our bodies change. Digestive and urinary changes for seniors may include incontinence, constipation, ulcers and more. Read on to learn about the signs, symptoms, and treatment of these issues.

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Tips for Making New Friendships Later in Life

Friendships are vitally important for physical, mental, and emotional well-being. But why is it so hard to make friends as an older adult? Here are some tips to make it easier.

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Is it Time to Sell Your House?

Deciding to sell your home is an enormous decision for seniors. The market is hot. Here’s how to know when it’s the right time to sell your house.

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Make a Splash: Pool Exercises for Seniors

Exercising in the pool is a great way for elderly adults to stay active without causing injury. Make a splash this summer and read more about pool exercise and safety for seniors.

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Senior Veterans and PTSD

The median age of a veteran is 65. Read about symptoms, common triggers, and how to help senior veterans with PTSD.

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Seniors Can Use the Internet to Ease Loneliness

Feeling lonely and isolated can lead to physical problems, especially for seniors. Read on to discover how the internet offers elderly adults a solution to feeling lonely.

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Senior Finance: Digging Out of Credit Card Debt

Seniors have more credit card debt than ever. Add that onto mortgages and medical bills, and suddenly the debt piles up. Here are tips to get out of credit card debt.

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Simple Ways for Seniors to Help the Planet

Saving the planet might seem like an impossible task. But there are several ways seniors can help the planet-- and save money while doing it.

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Bottoms Up! A Senior’s Guide to Beverages

Drinking plain water gets boring, but some beverages are better for senior health than others. Learn about hidden sugars, what “natural” really means, and the impact of artificial sweeteners on your favorite drinks.

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Senior Living: Does a Minimalist Approach Make Sense?

Are you thinking about paring down to the essentials? Many of us have far too much stuff. Here’s how minimalism can be a wonderful thing for senior living and tips to get started enjoying a simpler lifestyle.

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