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Stay Fit To Drive
Free resources to keep us (or a loved one) driving more safely and longer
Signs of a Stroke
Smile, Talk, Raise Hands - and the Tongue
How seniors learn about benefits available to them.
Are Wills Really That Important?
How do I name a Durable Power of Attorney?
Grandparent POAs and Caretaker Authorization
Should you purchase prepaid funeral arrangements?
What documents should I keep and for how long?
A guide to clearing the clutter and avoiding identity theft
Surviving Your PreRetirement Years
15 Things You Must Do Between Ages 50 and 64
Funeral Pre-Planning vs. Pre-Funding
Protect Yourself from High-Tech Identity Thieves
Help paying your Medicare expenses
Social Security Representative Payee Program
Who Needs Advance Directives about Medical Care?
Elder Abuse: What Is It and How to Get Help
Hope for Mesothelioma Patients
Mesothelioma is a rare and deadly cancer that forms in the lining of the lungs or abdomen and is caused by exposure to asbestos fibers
Employment and learning
So many jobs, so few people - Workers over age 55
Enjoy Retirement - Avoid the New Retiree Blues
Train Your Brain - 60 Days to a Better Brain
Observations on Growing Older
God Never Blinks - 50 Lessons for Life's Little Detours
by Regina Brett
Fun pictures of babies offering advice and inspiration
21 Simple Lessons for Life
Beatitudes for friends of the Aged
When Your Hut is on Fire
The Crabby Old Man
Donkey caught in the Well
Ten Tips to Stay Young
Reasons I am Thankful
50 Things that make you Feel Good
Our Drug Problem Growing Up
Alzheimer families and the holidays
Laura deals with her Mom at Stage 6 of Alzheimer's Disease
With Tech Expert and Great Lakes Geek Dan Hanson
Tree & Shrub Advice
With Expert Arborist Tom Mugridge
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