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Why is Exercising Important for My Health?

Exercise is important at every age and even more in our golden years. It can help boost your energy, maintain your independence and even manage symptoms of illness or pain. Some studies suggest that regular exercise can also reverse some symptoms of aging. In addition to improving physical fitness and health, being active has also proven to be good for your mind, memory, and mood.

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Can’t Drive Anymore? You Can Still Remain Socially and Physically Active!

Physical and social activities are important to a senior’s physiological and emotional well-being. Maintaining a social lifestyle keeps you connected to others and has been found to be as effective as physical activities in improving mood and quality of life. However, a new study of over 4,300 Medicare beneficiaries found that social life slows down significantly when seniors stop driving. Findings revealed that those who continued to drive were almost three times more socially active than those that had given up the wheel.

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How Will I Pay for My Stay in a Continuing Care Retirement Community?

You can work all your life to build a retirement nest egg, yet come up short when it comes to long-term care. A Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) offers safety, security, and peace of mind. You can continue to live an independent life and have the support that you need when age or illness slow you down. While it is an ideal option when maintaining a home becomes overwhelming, many seniors worry about how they will pay for a CCRC. Our experts show you some simple ways to obtain the funds you require.

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How Can I Remain Active and Healthy in My CCRC?

Research shows that older adults who lead an active lifestyle are likely to be healthier and happier. Taking part in physical and social activities regularly has proven to help seniors better manage or delay the onset of chronic illnesses as well as contributed to their emotional well-being. Simply put, the way you live and what you eat has a big impact on quality of life during your golden years. Contrary to popular belief, genetics might play less of a role than your lifestyle does.

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Is it Too Late to Start a Second Career?

Considering a second career in your golden years? You are in good company. Whether it is doing something that is more enjoyable while paying the bills or work that offers more flexibility and satisfaction, many retirees do think about it. In fact, an annual retirement expectations survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute shows that 74 percent of workers plan to get a new job after they retire.

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