Strokes are a leading cause of death and disability in the U.S., according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. They can happen to anyone at any age, but those who are age 55 and older are particularly susceptible. Follow these tips to mitigate stroke risk.
A healthy body breaks down old bone and replaces it with new bone. In some people, however, more bone is broken down than replaced due to a medical condition called “osteoporosis,” which causes bones to weaken and become more susceptible to breaks. Follow these tips to improve your bone health and enjoy more years of independent living.
In an increasingly digital world, it’s essential to protect your personal information from the clutches of fraudsters. Unfortunately, the crime of identity theft is surprisingly common. Just last year, there were more than 1.1 million reports of identity theft received through the FTC’s IdentityTheft.gov website. In this blog post, we will explore the nuances of identity theft, why seniors are often targeted, and most importantly, equip you with effective strategies to safeguard your identity.
In today’s digital world, online privacy and security are more important than ever. As an older adult, you may not have as much experience with smartphones, social media, and online banking. But with the increasing number of cyber threats and data breaches, it’s crucial to learn how to keep your online accounts secure.