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Resolve To Have More Fun Next Year!

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It’s no secret that we’re living longer. According to the Alliance for Aging, between 1900 and 2000, the average life expectancy in the United States rose by nearly 30 years, making adults 60 and older the fastest-growing segment of our population. Indeed, through advances in health care and technology, older Americans are the pioneers of […]

The Dangers of Loneliness for Older Adults

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Is loneliness impacting your health and quality of life? According to the American Seniors Housing Association (ASHA) website,, shrinking social circles, poor health, life changes, and even transportation challenges contribute to isolation for older adults. The article warns that isolation can contribute to loneliness, which impacts health and quality of life. New research by […]

Feeling Great Through Fitness

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It’s Never Too Late to Feel Great Through Fitness! Exercise at any age is being hailed more and more as a “miracle drug.” Working out has been shown to reduce the risk of many forms of cancer, and depression, dementia, diabetes, falls, and heart disease. Some people even say that if exercise were a pill, […]

5 Ways to Stay Hydrated in the Arizona Heat

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According to the Arizona Department of Health Services, on average, 1400+ residents will end up in the hospital this summer due to heat-related illnesses. Let’s make sure you are not one of them! Staying hydrated during the summer is critical. Dehydration occurs when you lose more fluid than you take in, which can seriously impact […]

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