Senior Lifestyles – November 2011

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Download Senior Lifestyles - November 2011 (pdf)Planning for retirement in a tough economy

You don’t necessarily need to scrap your retirement dreams because of a bad economy. While many older Americans have seen their nest eggs decimated by a troubled economy, some smart planning and open dialogue can keep your retirement on track…

Share your medical history with your family

Do your relatives know the facts about your personal medical history? What about your family history and their risk for disease? A recent survey found that 96 percent of Americans believe it’s important to know their family medical history, yet only a third actually gather specifics, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services…

How to choose the right phone for seniors

As we grow older, our motor skills may decrease, but this doesn’t prevent many seniors from launching new careers or hobbies and enjoying rich social lives. However, aging can change our priorities and abilities, and many seniors who like to stay in touch with friends and family may want to consider this when purchasing new phones…

Things to ask about at your annual physical

It’s something far too many of us put off — finding a primary care doctor and getting annual check-ups. But finding a doctor and scheduling an appointment is only part of the battle. You need to know what questions to ask and what tests are important for you…



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