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Caring for a Rapidly Aging State June 2016

Caring for a Rapidly Aging State

New Hampshire has one of the biggest and fastest-growing senior populations in the U.S., which leaves experts from doctors to economists wondering: how do we serve such a unique group?

The New Generation of Senior Centers April 2016

The New Generation of Senior Centers

"Senior centers" are updating their offerings—and their names.

When you’re a parent...again February 2016

When you’re a parent...again

Your child can no longer care for her child, so you’ve stepped up and stepped back into the role of parent

Keeping up With Social Media and Technology December 2015

Keeping up With Social Media and Technology

Today’s social media provides opportunity and challenges for seniors. Don't get overwhelmed - here's how to navigate the technological world.

Keeping Your Brain Sharp As a Tack October 2015

Keeping Your Brain Sharp As a Tack

How much good do mental exercises really do?

When Is it Too Late for Plastic Surgery? August 2015

When Is it Too Late for Plastic Surgery?

More and more seniors are saying it's never too late and are signing up for various procedures. Here's what you need to know if you're considering plastic surgery later in life

Specialized Memory Care for Those with Alzheimer's and Dementia June 2015

Specialized Memory Care for Those with Alzheimer's and Dementia

Providing safety and security at specialized memory care facilities for loved ones with Alzheimer's and dementia.

The Truth About Reverse Mortgages April 2015

The Truth About Reverse Mortgages

TV commercials would have you believe there are no downsides to reverse mortgages. Not so fast, say New Hampshire experts.

When It's More Than Just Snoring February 2015

When It's More Than Just Snoring

If you snore, you might have a serious condition called sleep apnea. Here's how to recognize this sleep disorder.

More and more seniors are going mobile December 2014

More and more seniors are going mobile

You can take it with you after all, just as long as your recreational vehicle is your house

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