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Can Reducing Calories Improve Aging?

POSTED ON: November 13, 2023 BY: Kyle Krull
Minimizing empty calories could improve aging. Calorie consumption has been linked to weight gain and weight loss for decades. No surprises there. Although daily recommendations of nutrients are typically set for a 2,000-calorie diet, some people require more, and others need less. These requirements vary based on factors like age, gender, and activity level. According […]
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What is a Life Settlement?

POSTED ON: October 16, 2023 BY: Kyle Krull
A life settlement can provide an alternative return on investment. Life insurance is one way to invest in the future support of your loved ones. At the same time, it can also feel like a financial risk. Some people find they never need their policy and receive little to no return on their investment. According […]
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What Is Included in a Family Care Plan?

POSTED ON: September 25, 2023 BY: Kyle Krull
A care plan can reduce stress when caring for aging loved ones. Aging often reduces independence. Sometimes, this happens in degrees. Other times, it occurs suddenly. According to a recent Nerd Wallet article titled “Create a Care Plan for Older Parents (or Yourself),” many seniors and their families are woefully unprepared for the level of support aging […]
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What Health Advice does a Centenarian Give?

POSTED ON: September 8, 2023 BY: Kyle Krull
Health advice from a centenarian can be helpful. After all, that is pretty good street cred. Several factors influence the length of life. An individual cannot control some factors. People are at the mercy of their genes, accidents, and illnesses. Individuals can control other factors. According to a recent Insider article titled “A 101-year-old neurologist who […]
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What Causes Generalized Weakness?

POSTED ON: August 14, 2023 BY: Kyle Krull
Generalized weakness can have numerous causes. Aging changes the body. Ask anyone over 30. A common complaint of folks a few decades beyond age 30 is a sense of feeling weak and tired. Sometimes, this is a result of merely getting older. Other times, the generalized weakness is a symptom of a more serious ailment. […]
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Will Medicare Cover New Alzheimer’s Drugs?

POSTED ON: July 19, 2023 BY: Kyle Krull
A new Alzheimer’s prescription may soon be covered by insurance. Alzheimer’s affects many people. Those with the illness experience changes in memory, personality, and temperament. Family and friends of those with the disease must watch their loved one slowly slip away. Ongoing research continues regarding the prevention and treatment of the disease. According to a […]
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How Can I Help My Loved One with Arthritis?

POSTED ON: July 18, 2023 BY: Kyle Krull
Pain and stiffness are common symptoms of arthritis. Arthritis is an unpleasant chronic ailment. Because it is painful and affects movement, arthritis can be debilitating. Often flair ups mean those with the condition will require greater assistance from others. I can still remember when I was just a lad, my grandparents and senior family members […]
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What is Hypomagnesemia?

POSTED ON: June 26, 2023 BY: Kyle Krull
Hypomagnesemia can have several causes. Although fairly resilient, the human body is intricately designed. An imbalance of vitamins and minerals in the body can lead to health issues. Specific deficiencies can be recognized by their unique symptoms. According to a recent VeryWell Health article titled "What Is Magnesium Deficiency?," Hypomagnesemia occurs when the body cannot […]
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Does Medicare Cover All Healthcare Expenses?

POSTED ON: June 1, 2023 BY: Kyle Krull
Medicare does not cover all medical expenses. Many Americans must enroll in Medicare at age 65. This transition from private or business insurance can trigger mixed feelings. For some, reducing paying for expensive insurance premiums is a welcome change. For others, Medicare means entering a new aging stage and navigating a different type of healthcare. […]
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Are Risk Factors of Strokes Preventable?

POSTED ON: May 30, 2023 BY: Kyle Krull
Strokes can be devastating medical incidents. The brain interacts with all body systems. As a result, damage to the brain can have significant negative impacts. Although the brain can be injured in various ways, strokes can be especially unsettling because the causes are internal. According to a recent Verywell Health article titled “Everything You Should […]
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