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Colorectal Cancer: Don’t Die of Embarrassment

Posted by The Esquiline on Mar 29, 2017 3:21:50 PM

Categories: Physical Wellness


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Tips to Reduce High Blood Pressure and Cholesterol

Posted by The Esquiline on Mar 27, 2017 10:16:45 AM

Categories: Physical Wellness, Events

As you grow older, you’re likely to gain in wisdom, experience and...health issues. Older adults are more likely to develop health problems even if they were healthy when younger. And seniors are more likely to be afflicted with multiple problems.

The National Council on Aging indicates that about 80% of older adults have at least one chronic disease, and 68% have two or more. Heart disease is the #1 killer of adults over 65, and two of the risk factors for heart disease are hypertension and cholesterol.

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Pros and Cons of Coffee

Posted by The Esquiline on Mar 22, 2017 10:20:06 AM

Categories: Physical Wellness

What would mornings be like without a sip of that rejuvenating nectar we call coffee?

Coffee is a morning ritual, a workplace boost, and a mainstay of American society.

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20 Unusual Money-Saving Tips for Seniors

Posted by The Esquiline on Mar 20, 2017 8:21:57 PM

Categories: Social Wellness

The biggest fear of people who have retired is running out of money.

In a survey recently conducted by the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA), 41% of CPA financial planners say that, no matter their clients’ net worth, running out of money is the top concern of their clients.

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Seniors: Dance for Your Life!

Posted by The Esquiline on Mar 17, 2017 12:11:30 PM

Categories: Physical Wellness

Don't forget to dance, no, no, no

Don't forget to smile

Don't forget to dance, no, no, no

Forget it for a while

—The Kinks

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10 Female Heroes You’ve Never Heard of

Posted by The Esquiline on Mar 15, 2017 8:06:18 AM

Categories: Social Wellness

March is National Women’s History Month. When we were growing up, it was rare we were taught about female heroes. The textbooks were full of the daring deeds of male heroes, such as George Washington, Paul Revere, Christopher Columbus, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, Albert Einstein, Alexander Hamilton, Benjamin Franklin, Charles Darwin, Charlemagne, Juan Ponce de Leon and too many others to name. If we were lucky, our classes cursorily covered Joan of Arc, Florence Nightingale, Anne Frank, Amelia Earhart, Marie Curie, Betsy Ross, Rosa Parks, and, depending on your age, Mother Teresa.

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Should Seniors Improve Math Skills? Yes!

Posted by The Esquiline on Mar 13, 2017 8:06:19 PM

Categories: Intellectual Wellness

Everyone acknowledges mathematics is important. Students are required to take math courses until they’re 18. STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) courses emphasize math. It’s the basis of everything we do.

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How Will the Trump Administration Affect Seniors?

Posted by The Esquiline on Mar 10, 2017 7:40:53 PM

Categories: Intellectual Wellness

Love him or hate him, the Trump presidency has already made big changes and is likely to make more. Most people are concerned how new laws and regulations may affect them.

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