Mesothelioma Cancer Guide for Veterans

For more than half of the last century, the military used asbestos for shipbuilding, repair, and construction of different facilities. The armed forces utilized the toxic mineral primarily for its resistance to heat and fire. In turn, many veterans developed mesothelioma, a fatal disease caused by asbestos exposure. Continue reading for more information about the…

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Financial Assistance for Hearing Aids

Hearing aids can be a significant expense, especially medical-grade devices purchased through an audiologist. However, the price tag shouldn’t deter you from seeking professional hearing care if you need it. Hearing aids undoubtedly improve everyday quality of life for those who struggle to hear, and studies have shown that wearing them can even improve brain function for those with…

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Senior Benefits for Owning a Dog

As we each age, there are different challenges that we will face. Many of these can be helped by having a dog. Dogs are a great addition to the family. As you continue reading this blog from Fluent Woof, you will learn more about senior benefits for owning a dog. Companionship As people age, they…

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Financial Protection Tips for Alzheimer’s

Credit problems and identity issues can be difficult to guard against during the best of circumstances, but for someone with a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease – a form of dementia that affects thinking, memory and behavior – preventing identity theft and maintaining good credit can seem impossible. Continue reading for tips for financial protection tips…

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COPD Symptoms Guide

COPD Symptoms Guide on Awareness The heat of summer is not too far away. As the summer heat begins to get intense during July and August it may cause some safety problems. Senior could face difficulties staying cool and breathing during the hot summer months. COPD is a huge issue that some seniors may struggle…

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Home Wheelchair Tips for Seniors

Many senior citizens struggle with mobility as they continue to age.  One common solution to this issue is a wheelchair.  Many seniors use wheelchairs to move around.  In fact, older adults tend to lose their mobility as they age due to things like strokes, arthritis, and injuries from falls. Many misconceptions surrounding being wheelchair bound…

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Tips for Organizing a Storage Unit

Not having an organized storage container can cause a lot of issues, especially when trying to find something. Here are expert tips for organizing a storage unit. Storage units provide an easy and convenient solution for those in need of temporary or long-term storage. Whether you are moving, renovating, or just organizing your home, a storage…

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National Cemetery Administration Services

In recognition of the contributions patriotic men and women have made to serve their country, we want to share the National Cemetery Administration Services resources outlined by The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). We express our gratitude for the service your loved one gave. Who is Eligible? Veterans discharged from active duty under conditions other…

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Fighting Dementia in Seniors

It’s no secret that a healthy diet and regular exercise can benefit the body in many ways. These simple things help the heart, your muscles, and in some cases, even your brain. As we age, our risk of developing certain brain diseases also increases. After age 65, the chance of being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease…

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Help Older Loved Ones Move

Moving elderly parents out of their home can be a difficult situation. Whether due to medical concerns, their inability to maintain the home, moving to be closer to family members, or because your parents need assisted living services, having open and honest conversations will help all involved. Continue reading to learn more about what Rocket…

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