Senior Life

News & information for the seniors in our community

How to fly when you're driving solo

Thriving without a partner

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[August 24, 2013]  For everyone -- even people in an ideal relationship with a lifelong partner -- there will be times when you are alone, says serial entrepreneur Susan Alpert. (Click here for the rest of the story.)

Plan ahead for your online hereafter

Asset protection lawyer offers 3 steps to take now

Now, you really can live forever, but that's not necessarily a good thing.

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Friendship Manor residents are friends in deed

From left: Malinda Jones, Jerry Berglin, Ruth Miller, Margaret Nelson, Marianee Wessoly, Ruby Glickerman, Lena Gregory, Judy Conover, Larry Martin and Pat Cooper.
Not pictured: Greta Lane and Rosemary Meyer.

Every baby born at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital leaves with a handmade baby blanket, thanks to the residents of Friendship Manor. Friendship Manor residents have been donating their time and talents to the hospital for this project for close to two years. The volunteers have made approximately 450 blankets. (Click here for the rest of the story.)

Social Security column

Reflecting on 78 years of Social Security

By Carolyn W. Colvin, acting commissioner of Social Security

BALTIMORE -- There are special moments when people look back and evaluate a life or an era: birthdays, class reunions, holidays, anniversaries. Time is, after all, simply the stringing together of a number of events, some small, others significant. These events can speed by quickly, but each one can have an effect on the greater whole. A lifetime of seemingly mundane events can pass in what seems like the blink of an eye  until one looks back to examine them and realizes just how much has filled the space. (Click here for the rest of the story.)

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Study ties higher blood sugar to dementia risk

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Higher blood-sugar levels, even those well short of diabetes, seem to raise the risk of developing dementia, a major new study finds. Researchers say it suggests a novel way to try to prevent Alzheimer's disease -- by keeping glucose at a healthy level.
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Why everyone needs an 'incapacity plan'

3 experts share tips for protecting yourself & your assets

Dementia has become the No. 1 cause of disability globally, according to the World Health Organization.  (Click here for the rest of the story.)

Ready to make the jump? Now's the time for a heartfelt encore

Mother of reinvention shares tips for finding work that feeds the soul

They're called second acts, encore careers or reinventing yourself -- they're the completely new and different jobs people take in midlife or later.   (Click here for the rest of the story.)

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