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Several Scams Target Senior Citizens

The Grandparent Scam, which comes in the form of a phone call, is targeting many senior citizens and people with disabilities in the four-state area. According to West Virginia Attorney General, scammers will randomly dial peoples’ number until they are able to speak to a senior citizen. To avoid being scammed, elderly people must stay… Read More…

Disabled Teenager Receives a Stair Lift as a Gift

A sixteen-year-old boy living in Dunscroft and named Joshua Fox has been suffering from Crohn’s disease for more than 14 of his life. Crohn’s disease is an inflammatory bowel disease affecting the gastrointestinal tract from the mouth to the person’s anus. This disease also makes it painful for him to move due to aches in… Read More…

The Real Deal about Stair Lifts and How it Changes Lives

Although getting a stair lift can be expensive, the convenience it provides to the owner surpasses every cent spent for one. Stair lifts are usually electrically powered, although there are some models that have battery backups which are ideal for power outages. This machine is a great benefit for people with disabilities, the elderly, and… Read More…

Some Pointers on Choosing a Stair Lift Ideal for Your Home

Installing a strong and reliable stair lift is very ideal for homes with senior citizens or people with mobility issues. It allows them to safely move from the ground floor to the second floor or the basement. With so many choices available in the market today, knowing the two most basic types of stair lifts… Read More…

Healthy Body Weight for Your Age

As you get older, nutritional needs change and you may find that you have to fight the battle of the bulge all throughout your senior life. The joys of aging may include not being so conscious about your weight and just relaxing. But even as a senior, you need to think about weight management. It… Read More…

Safety Tips on Exercising for Seniors

Exercise and physical activity can help us live longer and healthier lives. Many studies have been done to confirm that physical fitness can reduce the risk and the severity of many health conditions that affect our vitality as we age like high cholesterol, arthritis, diabetes, osteoporosis, anxiety, depression, and more. Staying physically fit and active… Read More…

Bone Health Education for Seniors

Seniors are prone to falling, which in most cases can cause serious harm to an elderly person, and can even be fatal at times. Example of that is bone disease. Studies indicate that more than a third of elderly above the age of 65 have suffered a fall, with half of those aged above 80… Read More…

Here’s Why Seniors Are Better Off Than Most Americans

The “lost decade,” that’s what they call the last ten years for the American middle class. They have seen economic depression and the rise of unemployment. The middle class has also shrunk in the past few years and they have a lot less now than before. Altogether it’s a really bad time for them. That’s… Read More…

The Top Reasons Why Older People Are Not Into News

These days, getting the latest news and information is easier than ever before. You can just turn on the TV and you would get bombarded with what’s happening everywhere. There are 24 hour news channels dedicated for that.  Now, there is also the Internet that can bombard us with what is happening in the farthest… Read More…

The Best Cities in the Country for Seniors

It’s a little surprising that no major city from Florida made it on the list of the top cities in America for seniors. The list, that was compiled by the private think tank Milken Institute, seems to make a myth out of previously accepted fact that seniors flock to Florida to spend their retirement. While… Read More…