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Making Your Home Fall-Proof

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Falls are the #1 cause of injuries in older adults, resulting in more than 2.5 million emergency room visits and over 700,000 hospitalizations every year. And the place for the majority – 6 out of 10 – of these falls? Your own home. Accidents may happen, but there are ways to make your home as safe as possible for you and your loved ones and reduce your risk. Here are some tips: Clear...

Successful Retirement Starts with Working to Prevent Arthritis

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Debbie Smith looked forward to retirement. After years in the workforce and raising her children, she envisioned finally having the time to return to studying piano and maybe giving lessons on the side. But as her retirement approached, she began to feel pain in her hands. She frequently felt a stiffness in her fingers when she’d sit down to play. After a visit with her doctor, her concern was...

Your Retirement Potential and AMBA

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After spending a career in the workforce, retirees, at last, get more control over how and where they enjoy their time. There are many terrific potential things you can do with your time and energy in retirement. Retirement Potential You may already know the many benefits AMBA offers like vision and dental insurance and long term and whole life policies, but so much more. Here’s how you can get...

Failure to Plan Can Impact Your Retirement

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Common Retirement Mistakes One of the most common mistakes when it comes to financial planning in retirement is understanding the short-term costs of healthcare and the potential long-term expenses. One of the keys to a successful retirement is to be ready for potentially rapidly rising healthcare expenses. The first error is failing to recognize that Medicare has a number of gaps. These gaps may...

Your Feet Are Killing You Because You’re Killing Your Feet

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One of the best exercises is walking. It keeps muscles healthy and joints flexible, you can enjoy the outdoors, and, if you join a walking group, you can meet new friends with common interests. The average American walks between 3,000 to 4,000 steps a day, which is approximately 1.5 to 2 miles. To find out how many steps you currently walk, your smartphone probably has a preinstalled...

Finding the Balance: The Keys To Successful Retirement

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For many of us, work has been the center of our lives for years. Everything else was secondary to giving work our all. Between working all week and focusing on family nights and weekends, you might have found little time to focus on yourself. Many people find little room for “Me Time”. Now, in retirement, many of us have to step back and figure out, “Now that I’m no longer working…what defines me...

WHOSE BRIGHT IDEA WAS RETIREMENT?

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Who invented the concept of retirement? And why? This article answers those questions, and the key question so many of us ask post-retirement: Now what? As you evolve from your work life to your retired life, finding something that excites and motivates you is crucial. Here’s how.

Why Age When You Can Sage?

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Air ambulances aren’t just for people in remote areas. In cities where traffic jams are routine, it might take a chopper or plane to get you to help ASAP. Unfortunately, that one trip to the hospital can be expensive. A policy from MASA can protect you. Learn more at www.AMBAmedtransport.com or call (877)290-3169.

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