Issue: June 2016: A Better Life! Through Research and Medication (Part 3 of 3)

Publish Date: May 31, 2016

Summers are made for salads and this one is full of fresh greens, strawberries, nuts, cheese and topped with a delicious sesame dressing. Serve it as a side salad or add cooked chicken or sliced beef for a main course. Enjoy!

Refreshing Summer Salad

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Published: May 31, 2016

True Blessings Can be Revealed

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Alzheimer’s & Dementia: Part 3 of 3 – Research, medications and support

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National Cancer Survivors Day

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INSIDE ADVISOR: Funding a Revocable Living Trust

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How To Keep your Mind Active With Computers

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Cataracts: Symptoms and Prevention

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INSIDE ADVISOR: Health Insurance Solutions

Turning 65 soon? You are not alone. Approximately 10,000 people turn 65 every day. Navigating through the maze of Medicare begins. The questions start; should I take Medicare?...

Summer is Here! Let’s Drink to That!

With summer fast approaching I am reminded of the nursery rhyme, “Rain, rain go away, come on back some other day.” But a gardener might put their own twist to it and say “Rain,...
Top 10 “Worries” of Older Americans – Part 3: False Confidence, When to Consider Giving Up Driving and our Desire to Remain Independent.
In this issue, you’ll find the final part of the 3-part series entitled Aging Happy: Top 10 “Worries” of Older Americans. Here we will address the topics of False...
Top 10 “Worries” of Older Americans Part 2: Cutting Costs, Staying in Your Own Home, Sudden Bills and Financial Security
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From Despair to Delight: A story of Self-Sacrifice through love, service and faith
Helene’s Near Misses — A legacy of caring and daring greatly Helene Kereluk of DeLand is the queen of near misses. Or, she simply may be the most fortunate...
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