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Pancreatic cancer: Know your family, know your risk

Pancreatic cancer is one of the most deadly cancers, with a mere 29 percent one-year survival rate. In 2016, pancreatic cancer became the third leading cause of cancer death in…

Here’s how to tap into your home’s not-so-hidden potential

Your most valuable asset is around you all the time. It’s above you, it’s below you and in many cases you don’t realize how much it can do for you.…

Hey guys. Is your good health a perception or reality?

When it comes to health, perception is not always reality. This is especially true when considering how men care for themselves when faced with a health condition. In fact, while…

National Poppy Day honors veterans’ sacrifice for freedom

Even in the darkest of times, flowers still find their way to the surface to bloom. Poppy seeds can lay fallow for years, yet bloom brilliantly when the soil is…

Transportation safety: How seniors can maintain independence outside the home

It can be hard to admit your vision isn’t what it used to be, especially when it comes to driving. Maybe you’ve noticed some difficulties reading traffic signals, or you’ve…

5 simple steps to be your best at any age

5 simple steps to be your best at any age

They say you’re only as young as you feel, and if you’re an older American, the ability to feel young a little while longer is always appealing. Having a youthful…

Key retirement milestones everyone should know about

Retirement can seem like a very distant destination in your early working years. However, as you age, that once distant destination starts to become more real. As you enter your…

5 fast shortcuts to make your home sparkle this spring

5 fast shortcuts to make your home sparkle this spring

We all know that one person who just adores cleaning. But for the rest of us, it’s a necessary evil that gets old very quickly! Before you tackle that long…

Taking charge of your AFib: Getting the facts and knowing your options

Being diagnosed with a chronic medical condition can be overwhelming. Patients and their doctors face a delicate balancing act to weigh the risks of a disease against the potential side…

Tips to make it through Valentine’s Day after the loss of a significant other

Tips to make it through Valentine’s Day after the loss of a significant other

The heart-shaped boxes of candy and cupid-themed decorations started appearing on store shelves around the same time the New Year’s decorations were coming down. While Valentine’s Day is supposed to…