Monthly Archives: June 2019

Recommended Reading for June 2019

June 2nd, 2019 (No Comments)

My Mother, Your Mother: What to Expect as Parents Ageby: Dennis McCullough Thanks to advances in science and medicine, more of our parents are living longer than ever before. And though we are rewarded with more time with the people we love, we are also faced with new sets of complications—more diseases, more disability, more […]

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Preventing the Deadliest Diseases is Easier Than You Think

June 2nd, 2019 (No Comments)

Simply adding fiber to your diet can conquer several of the most common, and serious, diseases. Do you love carbohydrates, but thought they weren’t good for you? Think again. Fiber is a type of carb that your body can’t digest, and a review of recent studies show it plays an important role in fighting disease. […]

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Changes to the VA’s Eligibility Requirements for Non-Service Connected Benefits

June 2nd, 2019 (No Comments)

Effective October 18, 2018, the law regarding VA Eligibility Requirements for a veteran (or spouse) to receive non-service connected benefits changed. This new law regarding the VA’s Aid and Attendance pension benefit imposed a 3-year look back and it established a net worth limit of $127,061 (in 2019), which will increase each year with cost-of-living adjustments. Net worth, […]

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Three Things Make Older Adults Feel In Control

June 2nd, 2019 (No Comments)

Clues for improved physical, mental and emotional health are found in new research. A new study has identified three factors that are crucial to older adults’ best health outcomes. Psychology researchers found that sleep, mood and stress are critical components to older adults having a feeling of control over their lives, and this sense of […]

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