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Tobacco and Marijuana Poses Health Issues with Aging.

December 15th, 2017
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LTC News

Will occasional smoking or marijuana use really be a health issue? Can it impact risk for long-term care in the future? How can you plan before it becomes an issue?

Will occasional smoking or marijuana use really be a health issue? Can it impact risk for long-term care in the future? How can you plan before it becomes an issue?
1 in 3 Americans is now 50 or older. Once kids are gone the wish to downsize is common. Seniors may downsize due to health. Consider health, aging and long-term care in your home choice.

When Downsizing Home at Age 50+

November 21st, 2017
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Sally Phillips

1 in 3 Americans is now 50 or older. Once kids are gone the wish to downsize is common. Seniors may downsize due to health. Consider health, aging and long-term care in your home choice.

New Guidelines for High Blood Pressure

November 15th, 2017
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Linda Kople

New aggressive guidelines encourage individuals & physicians to be more pro-active when dealing with high blood pressure. The goal to reduce risks of heart attack, stroke and long-term care.

New aggressive guidelines encourage individuals & physicians to be more pro-active when dealing with high blood pressure. The goal to reduce risks of heart attack, stroke and long-term care.

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'Hybrid' Insurance Policies Offer a Way to Cover Long Term Care

February 3rd, 2017
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There are new ways for people to plan for the financial costs and burdens of aging. Traditional Long Term Care Insurance is generally the most affordable way, however new hybrid plans combine life insurance with Long Term Care... Continue Reading

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Dementia and Alzheimer’s Care Often Pits Siblings Against Each Other

November 16th, 2017
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Affordable Long-Term Care policy provides quality care, protects savings and eases the tremendous burden placed on your family. Make it easier of your loved ones.

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Gender gap in Alzheimer’s disease rates, Caregiving Needs More Attention

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A woman in her 60s is now about twice as likely to develop Alzheimer’s as breast cancer. A Long-Term Care policy is easy and affordable asset protection that eases the family burden.