Retirement Planning – 30 Questions You Should Ask To Plan For Your Future

Retirement planning doesn't stop the day you retire. It continues as your life unfolds. As such, it's important for you to talk with your adult children or other family members about what you want for your life now, and in the future. It's important for you, since it's your … [Read more...]

Alzheimer’s and Dementia : A 12 Minute View

  Alzheimer's and dementia affect millions of people across the globe. Dementia is not a specific disease, rather a term that is used to associate a number of symptoms, including memory problems or thinking ability that cause a person not to be able to care for themselves … [Read more...]

6 Things You Can Do to Prevent High Blood Pressure

  High blood pressure is a serious and preventable condition. Every February, Americans are reminded to have their blood pressure checked because it is American Heart Month. You can have your heart checked anytime of the year, but designating a month has served as not only … [Read more...]

Men’s Health Over 65. Let’s Make It Good.

  Men's health is a sticky situation. Women often are the health decision makers in the family and are more likely to go to the doctor than men. Women also have a longer life expectancy than men. Although there doesn’t seem to be an exact explanation for this, it is … [Read more...]

Movember 2014 – Mustaches To Support Men’s Health

  It's Movember 2014. If you don't know what that means, keep reading. (Actually, keep reading if you do, too!) I have joined hundreds of thousands of people across the globe in educating men about taking care of their health. For instance, every year, 1 in 36 men will … [Read more...]

5 Steps to a Healthier Heart in Late Life

  Heart disease is already the leading cause of death in Americans, but the risk of heart disease increases as we age. Fortunately, heart disease is completely preventable. However, trying to keep heart healthy as we grow older can sometimes present new challenges such as … [Read more...]

Does Ongoing Education Reduce Chances of Dementia?

  The number of Americans with Alzheimer’s disease will increase 40 percent in the next 12 years, according to the Alzheimer’s Association. That’s a pretty scary statistic, especially for Baby Boomers looking forward to retirement. Alzheimer’s disease is the sixth leading … [Read more...]