Seniors and seasonal allergies

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There are a lot of things to love about spring, like leaves turning green and flowers in bloom, but sometimes the things we love don’t return the favor. Many people experience increased allergies during the spring due to changing pollen levels. According to the CDC, ” allergies are the 6th leading cause of chronic illness in the U.S. with an annual cost in excess of $18 billion. More than 50 million Americans suffer from allergies each year. ...

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Your brain on games

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brainDid you know that 1 in 3 seniors dies with Alzheimer’s or another dementia? And as hard as researchers and scientists are working, we have not found a cure. But do you know what they have discovered? That you can take steps to help prevent the development of dementia or delay the onset by keeping your brain active and healthy.

What you eat impacts your brain. Eating healthy, antioxidant-rich foods ...

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Do you have a tornado plan?

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Spring is finally here (!) and it’s exciting for many different reasons. Some people look

forward to the extra hour of sunshine at the end of the day. For others, it kicks off baseball season. Gardening, green grass, and the general feeling of things coming alive are also happy spring things. For us in the Midwest, we also know that spring kicks off tornado season. In light of the recent bad weather, it’s time to check out your tornado preparedness. Please ...

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It’s Madness Baby!

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It’s madness, baby!It’s that time of year again. Love it or leave it, the madness is upon us. imageMarch Madness, that is, the time when people who have not watched a single basketball game all year become crazy obsessed with brackets, upsets, and Cinderella teams.

It’s fun to fill out a bracket and feel like you have a vested interest in the game as well as a good excuse for banter with ...

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