SuperAgers’ Extraordinary Memory And Their Social Relationships

Have you heard of the term SuperAgers, before? Well, if you haven’t, listen up, because you may want to be one of them. There’s actually an entire SuperAging program at Northwestern University, where researchers study people over 80 that have an exceptional memory. In a study published in October 2017, researchers compared 31 SuperAgers with…

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The New Medicare Card: What You Need To Know

The new Medicare card should start arriving this month, through April 2019, according to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). The mailing process will take place in stages and People with Medicare who are newly eligible in New Jersey should be receiving their new Social Security card after June 2018. What’s Different About…

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Wonderful Evening At The Lourdes Gala!

Our very own Karen Dececco represented Elmwood Hills this past Saturday at the Lourdes Gala event, held at The Waterworks in Philadelphia! Dr Alan Pope was honored  with the 2018 Healing Spirit Award. There is Karen with her beaming smile in the background! I also see our very own Thomas Gleason RN, who is one…

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Preparing Your Kids For a Grandchild Visit

“Holding a great-grandchild makes getting old worthwhile.”  Evalyn Rikkers Why Preparing Kids Before Visiting Grandparents is a Good Idea There’s something touching about the grandparent-grandchild relationship. Just seeing a picture of a little boy on his smiling grandpa’s lap, while pointing somewhere in a book, is enough to soften many hearts. But, unfortunately, not all…

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Eggs And Your Health

“My go-to meal is soft-boiled eggs with toasty squares” – Ashlan Gorse Cousteau Eggs have been around for a very long time and so has the debate on how they affect your health. As a senior you may be wondering if they should be a part of your intake. Here’s what some of those in-the-know…

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Wrinkles: What They Are And How They Come

“If you don’t have wrinkles, you haven’t laughed enough” – Phyllis Diller Wrinkles are a common feature of ageing. However, unlike wisdom and a sense-of-accomplishment, many seniors would prefer not having them. What They Are “Wrinkles are creases, folds, or ridges in the skin,” writes Christian Nordqvist. “They normally appear as people get older, but…

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