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Most Recent Posts from December, 2016

  • Multiple Myeloma: What Is It? What Can I Expect? and More

    Multiple myeloma was once considered a death sentence, but over the past 30 years, things have changed. Although multiple myeloma is still a very serious type of cancer, our ability to treat it is ... Read More
  • Holiday Grief: The First Holiday Without Mom or Dad

    Dealing with the death of a loved one is never easy. And dealing with that grief can be twice as hard during the holidays. Whether it’s sudden or as a result of a long illness, the first holiday after ... Read More
  • The Zika Virus and Seniors

    Nearly 40 million Americans travel to countries affected by the Zika virus every year, many of whom are senior citizens just looking to enjoy a warmer climate for a little while. If you or a loved one ... Read More
  • Home Care On the Rise to Meet Needs of Growing Boomer Generation

    Home health services have become the fastest growing industry in America, and it’s easy to understand why. Over the next 15 years, the entire Baby Boomer generation will pass the age of 65. When that ... Read More
  • Public Health Campaigns Address Needs of Older Adults

    Blood shortages. Drunken driving. Childhood hunger. For virtually any significant public health issue, there is likely a public health campaign to address it. And for good reason: Advertising and ... Read More
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