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Why Your Perception Of ‘Old’ Changes As You Age

My perception of old age is inextricably linked to my grandmother. When I was a kid, I thought this 65-year-old, white-haired woman whose entire body wobbled when she walked was very old. Now that I’m 66, my personal perception — or perhaps, misperception — of old age has changed. I suspect I’ve got lots of company.

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PREPARING FOR MEDICARE? HERE ARE SOME THINGS TO KNOW

Everybody likes having choices. But, sometimes too many choices can be overwhelming.  That’s why making decisions about health coverage can be pretty daunting.  Since many people have had the same type of commercial insurance through their employers for years, it’s natural for people to feel confused in figuring out their options once they’re eligible for Medicare.

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SIX WAYS TO HELP COMBAT HEALTH EXPENSES

According to the CDC, up to 90% of health care costs are related to care for individuals with chronic conditions. We know that many of these chronic conditions may be preventable, and therefore associated costs may be avoidable.

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