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Senior topics


It’s never too late to find a church home

Sep 25, 2014

Perhaps you recently moved or experienced a life change that necessitates finding a new church. Or maybe you’ve never been to church before and have decided that now’s the time. Regardless...

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When do mood changes become a serious issue?

Sep 24, 2014

Everyone experiences changes in mood throughout their life. But when do mood changes and extreme happiness or depression become problematic?


For older adults with bipolar disorder, which...

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Food, fun are factors in eating habits for seniors

Sep 19, 2014

Eating is an important part of life for the nutritional and social benefits it provides. Yet many seniors don’t eat very much because of the type of food they’re served or because the...

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Ageism: More than just a stereotype

Sep 18, 2014

Take a look at your social media feed, or the news on TV. How many people over age 65 do you see represented, positively, negatively—at all?


According to research from the Yale School of...

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Senior advocacy

Four types of fraud frequently perpetrated on older people

Sep 15, 2014

An estimated 1 million seniors lose about $2.6 billion annually through fraud, according to the MetLife Mature Market Institute.


In addition to online scams and investment fraud,...

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Suicide in seniors: warning signs, resources, how to help

Sep 10, 2014

Suicide rates are highest among people 65 and older. When compared to suicide rates in other age groups, seniors have a startlingly higher completion rate. Studies show that when younger...

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