Monthly Archives: July 2017

By Ronnie Cohen Reuters                    Jul. 14, 2017, 10:58 AM One in 18 older Americans falls victim to financial fraud or scams annually, and that figure excludes seniors who’ve been financially abused...
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By Stephen Ohlemacher | AP July 13 at 5:02 PM WASHINGTON — Millions of Americans who rely on Social Security can expect to receive their biggest payment increase in years this January, according to projections released Thursday by the trustees who oversee the program.But...
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Findings raise possibility repeated disruption of slow wave sleep could lead to a buildup of proteins linked to disease Prolonged periods of poor sleep increase levels of proteins involved in Alzheimer’s disease, research suggests, although quality, not quantity, of sleep...
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The service offers an in-home assessment with families to design the right array of monitors and devices, and Geek Squad workers install the custom-built systems. By Jackie Crosby Star Tribune JULY 11, 2017 — 7:42AM Best Buy Inc. is launching a new...
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July 18, 2017 by Amanda Koulousias Attorney, Division of Privacy and Identity Protection, FTC Has your computer been acting strange lately? Maybe your default search engine or other browser settings changed, or you’re getting suspicious warnings about your computer’s performance....
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Carole Fleck – MoneyGeek.com   July 10, 2017 10:51am  New research suggests that age-related neurological changes can make it difficult for older adults to detect suspicious behavior and other warning signs that people may be untrustworthy, potentially putting elders at higher...
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Date:July 11, 2017 Source:The Mount Sinai Hospital / Mount Sinai School of Medicine Summary:Dying adults in the United States have 2.5 people assisting them, on average, according to a new study. Yet those caring for adults at the end-of-life, especially...
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By Terri Lewinson posted 07.12.2017 http://asaging.org/blog/are-extended-stay-hotels-housing-model-aging-place Gary is a 64-year-old husband and father of five adult children. He temporarily relocated to Atlanta from Virginia so that his wife Paula, a homemaker, could provide caregiving for her mother. Two years into...
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  For current information regarding the Peak 2 Fire please see the Summit County Emergency Blog or follow the Red White and Blue Fire Protection District’s Facebook Page Twitter at #Peak2Fire   Evacuation Resources: Evacuation/Pre-Evacuation Document checklist by the Northwest...
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