Older adults at high risk for drug interactions

04 May 2010

At least one in 25 older adults, about 2.2 million people in the United States, take multiple drugs in combinations that can produce a harmful drug-drug interaction.

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When older loved-ones begin neglecting themselves

30 April 2010

By Angela Rocheleau Experiencing the decline of aging parents or grandparents is difficult to watch. When an elderly family member becomes depressed or is neglecting themselves, roles are reversed, and children become caregivers. The transition can be hard on the whole family. Many adults struggle to find the right care for elderly parents while balancing […]

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Laughter is still the best medicine

29 April 2010

Beverly Rousseau may not have entered laughing, but it didn’t take long before her non-stop guffaws filled the next hour.

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Not All Veterans Are Created Equal

28 April 2010

Unfortunately, under the rules of veterans benefits programs, not all veterans are created equal — eligibility is everything. There are compensation benefits for veterans who are disabled because of their service.

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The Veterans benefit the VA doesn’t want you to know about

28 April 2010

One of the biggest fears many people have today is having their life savings wiped out if they have to pay for substantial medical and health care expenses, or God forbid, assisted living or nursing home care.

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Restaurant food has more calories than advertised

24 April 2010

Dieters can’t believe everything they read: The food at many popular chain restaurants and in the freezer section of the supermarket may contain a lot more calories than advertised.

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