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7 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Delay that Colonoscopy

August 8, 2018

A colonoscopy isn’t exactly the highlight of anyone’s week, but there are very good reasons for getting regular colon cancer screenings.

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How to Lower Your Healthcare Spending in Retirement

August 2, 2018

For most retirees, healthcare is one of the largest – if not the largest – expenditures in their budgets. However, you can take some steps to lower those expenses, and of course the biggest benefit is a longer, healthier life.

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How Much Will You Spend on Healthcare in Retirement?

July 24, 2018

You might be surprised to learn that healthcare is one of the biggest expenses faced by most retirees, and therefore you should carefully plan your budget around this necessity.

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Retirement Planning for Couples With an Age Gap

July 18, 2018

All couples face a number of decisions while making their retirement plans. However, if your marriage is one where there is a significant age gap between you and your spouse, then you might face a few additional challenges.

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10 “Rules” of Cancer Prevention

July 11, 2018

You know that cancer is a common, and serious, condition. But did you realize that one in three people will face a diagnosis at some point in their lifetime?

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A Checklist for Safe and Successful Inpatient Hospital Stays

July 3, 2018

No one exactly enjoys a stay in the hospital, whether for surgery or some other treatment, but a little planning for your hospital stay can go a long way toward a safer and more successful visit.

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Watch for These Signs of a Dangerous Blood Clot

June 26, 2018

Blood clots can be life threatening. It’s important to know the signs and seek medical attention if you experience any of them.

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Anticipating Your Future Medical Needs

June 21, 2018

Eventually, you may face decisions regarding nursing and supportive care. While sometimes the decision comes down to personal preferences, often it is budget that determines the type and location of care you receive.

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