Is Your Loved One S.A.D?

Is Your Loved One S.A.D?

The change in seasons from fall to winter brings shorter days and less sunlight, which can lead to seasonal affective disorder (SAD) in older adults and others. SAD is a cyclical form of depression that typically starts in the late fall and...

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Report: Caregivers Need More Support

Report: Caregivers Need More Support

If you care for an elderly loved one, you know that you’re providing an important service that makes a difference in someone’s life. But if providing that care has taken a toll on your health, finances, and personal life, know that you aren’t...

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More Seniors Are Working Longer

Older Americans are staying in the workplace longer and it’s for a number of reasons: an increase in the age to receive full Social Security benefits; changes in retirement policies; fixed pensions. Many seniors have to remain in the workforce to...

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