Surveys

The State of Minnesota is the Healthiest State for Seniors – adults aged 65 and over according to the recently released Americaai??i??s Health Rankings Senior Report 2014 by United Health Foundation. Winter favorites Hawaii and Florida have come at positions 2 and 28. The report ranked Mississippi the least healthy state for seniors precededAi??by Louisiana, […]

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Home care services are increasing at a rapid rate as the aging population grows in the U.S. and many seniors look for ways to age in place.Ai?? The use of technology in home care services, whether it be non-medical home care or medical home care, can improve care coordination and communication between agencies, their staff, […]

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An intriguing new study, by the Pew Research Center, reports that 53% of adults over 65 years of age are now online, either surfing the web or using e-mail.Ai?? Though this percentage is less than that of younger age groups, it is still a significant gain in internet usage in seniors. Among these older internet […]

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Feeling Better As We Age

January 1, 2013

It is generally understood that with increasing age comes decline in physical and mental capabilities. Ai??Many people would think that this decline in capabilities would bring dissatisfaction and unhappiness to the lives of elderly. Ai??In contrast, a study of older adults by researchers at the University of California, San Diego showed results that were quite […]

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