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Loving the Skin You are In!

June 30, 2017

If people were books, their skin would be the beautiful “cover” that shelters the life story contained within.  Skin (which is the largest organ in the human) works to protect the body from harmful microbes, chemicals and strong rays of light that could damage more sensitive inner tissues.  The nerves inside skin also sense pain, textures and temperatures, again alerting us to possible danger and prompting us to take action.  For seniors, skin – which may not be as smooth, plump and flawless as it once was – is simultaneously an outward reflection of a long and wonderful life, and an inward tell-tale story of what is going on with their bodies at this very moment.  It makes sense, then, that we should care for – and listen to – our very important skin. Continue reading “Loving the Skin You are In!”

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Why Seniors Need to Think About Legal and Financial Planning

June 16, 2017

Seniors may no longer be dealing with the stresses of raising a family, or working in a challenging job, or meeting other obligations they had when they were younger.  However, they still have to handle important day-to-day and long-term financial issues and should stay on top of their legal documents.  Tax and inheritance laws sometimes change, Medicaid and Social Security benefits are often revised, and a senior’s health or personal life may change – all of which could affect their legal and financial situation. Continue reading “Why Seniors Need to Think About Legal and Financial Planning”

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