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Is Alzheimer’s Disease Preventable?

The number of Americans suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease is high and projected to rise. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, as many as 6.5 million Americans have Alzheimer’s. This number could reach 12.7 million by 2050. The increase in cases is mostly…

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Meditation and Mindfulness for Stress Management

The world which we live is stressful, as we are constantly bombarded with unfavorable news. Chronic pain can be especially stressful. So finding ways to release and cope with pain and stress help people live longer, happier lives. Understanding Meditation…

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Estate Planning Compared to Elder Law

It might seem confusing to think about estate planning vs. elder law as you begin to plan your future, both financially and in terms of health care. Estate planning and elder law also have some similarities. Even though these two types…

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Seniors, Let an Elder Law Attorney Help You

The elder law area encompasses a wide range of legal matters that affect older people or disabled individuals. Attorneys who practice elder law advocate for, and create legal plans to assist, seniors and their loved ones in living better lives. Elder…

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How to Plan Your Estate as a Senior

Estate planning is essential to most older adults. Still, nearly half of Americans age 55 and older have no will, and fewer still have powers of attorney, a living will, or health care directives. You can use these documents to…

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Considering The Financial Future of Your Parents

Waiting to discuss finances with your aging parent, who may already be experiencing cognitive decline, is a mistake, say financial experts. Gathering all the information you need for a complete financial assessment of their aging needs will require time. Asking…

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