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Senior Living Insurance: How Americans Feel About Living Longer

Senior Living Insurance: How Americans Feel About Living LongerSenior Living Insurance: How Americans Feel About Living Longer

Recently, in a New York City laboratory, scientists working with mice tinkers with a protein in a tiny part of their brains called the hypothalamus that is thought to control the aging process. Researchers say that this should allow the mice to outlive their peers by the human equivalent of 20 years! In addition, they should be able to recall maze patterns faster, and their muscles and tendons will be stronger.

The implications..


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Senior Living Insurance: Supportive Services Promote Aging-in-Place

Senior Living Insurance Supportive Services Promote Aging-in-PlaceSenior Living Insurance: Supportive Services Promote Aging-in-Place

Senior housing is a booming community and will continue to climb. Due to the increasing life expectancy, the growing preference to age in a comfortable situation is being seen as an alternative to assisted living communities and nursing homes. This new business model which integrated a higher level of supportive services being offered by senior living communities is linking people with community organizations and services to improve their overall health. This model allows seniors to age-in-place for a longer..


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Nursing Home: Benefits of Exercise for Older Adults

Nursing Home Benefits of Exercise for Older AdultsNursing Home: Benefits of Exercise for Older Adults

Exercise is a huge component of good physical and mental health. Being physically active can help you continue to do the things you enjoy and stay independent long into your old age.

According Go4Life, part of the National Institute on Aging, you gain a lot by staying active. Not only does it help maintain your physical strength and fitness, it helps you improve your ability to do the everyday things you want to do. Staying active can..


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