For many of us, retirement is the time to get BUSY. We can finally pursue the things we love and give back to our community. Learn how you can make sure you also enjoy a successful retirement and make the most of it.
Accidents and medical issues are a reality of life. A ground ambulance could cost thousands of dollars, and air transport can be $50,000 or more. It’s important you get a membership from MASA.
Someone in the United States has a stroke every 40 seconds. It's one of the country's highest causes of death. Learn what a stroke is, the underlying health conditions or chronic diseases that increase your risk, and prevention methods.
They've been used to make everything from tiny statues to drones. The time for 3D printing to revolutionize dentistry and oral surgery is finally approaching. Learn how 3D printing can make your dental surgery easier, faster, and cheaper.
More than 3 million Americans have glaucoma—but only half of them know it. Unchecked, it can damage the optic nerve, and even lead to blindness. Find out if you're at increased risk and steps you can take to prevent the disease affecting you.
Imagine no more yardwork or routine house maintenance. A housing community filled with peers and new friends. And wonderful amenities right at your doorstep like a pool, on-site gym, and special events. Learn more about Independent Living, the housing arrangement designed exclusively for older adults that can help make your retirement easier, more convenient, and more fun!
The stay-at-home order caused by the coronavirus was challenging for Richard, but he knew it was even more challenging for his wife Molly. Molly loves travel and, since he finally joined her in retirement as a school administrator last year, they had initially planned on an extensive amount throughout 2020. So Richard decided to make the summer extra special and splurge on a road-trip driving...
On July 2, 1964, President Lyndon Baines Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act of 1964 into law. The law, which was a landmark protection for civil rights and labor law in our country outlawed discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. It prohibits unequal application of voter registration requirements, racial segregation in schools, employment, and...
The When, Where, and How of Long-Term Care: Making A Very Difficult And Emotional Decision A Little Easier
Making the decision it’s time for you or a loved one to move to an assisted living facility is always hard. Thanks to the non-profit Families For Better Care and their Nursing Home Report Card, it’s a little easier.
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Visiting The Doctor From Your Sofa: Discovering Telemedicine
Telemedicine allows doctors to interact with patients through video conferencing. Many believe the efficiencies of telehealth will persuade more people to choose it as their preferred method to access care now, and beyond the current pandemic. Learn how this innovation in patient care will benefit you.