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Aging in the Right Place

80% of seniors want to age in their own homes. Yet, many may admit that their current home might not be suitable for them for the rest of their lives. How can we help seniors age in the right place for them?

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LGBT Older Adults Run a Higher Risk for These 3 Chronic Conditions

Chronic conditions can be difficult to manage at the best of times, but for many LGBT older adults, unique challenges threaten the healthy aging of a generation.

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Location, Location, Location: Top 5 Largest (and Smallest) Cities for Successful Aging

Where you choose to live can impact your health, economic security, and independence as you age. See the top 5 largest and smallest metro areas for successful aging.

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Taking Charge of Oral Health: 3 Ways to Prevent Dental Disease as We Age

Contrary to popular belief, dental disease is not as inevitable as grey hair and wrinkles. Learn 3 ways to maintain good oral health as you age.

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Top 10 Chronic Conditions in Adults 65+ and What You Can do to Prevent or Manage Them

80% of adults 65+ have one or more chronic diseases. Learn what the top ten conditions are now & how you or a loved one can prevent or manage them.

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Eating Well After 50: 5 Ways to Make Healthy Food Choices This Year

For adults 50+, it’s more important than ever to eat well. Here are 5 tips to help you make healthy food choices this year.

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Mental Health This Holiday and Beyond: 4 Steps to Combat Loneliness in Seniors

Loneliness can cause depression and other mental health declines. Ensure your older loved ones feel belonging this holiday.

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