Mallory Knee

Mallory Knee is a freelance writer for multiple online publications where she can showcase her affinity for all things beauty and fashion.

Contributor Since: 09-25-2020

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Getting Ready for Back Surgery

About 31 million Americans experience low back pain at any given time 75-85% will have some form of back pain in their lifetime. Back issues get worse with age.

08-9-2021
The Medication Label - What to Look For

According to the Institute of Medicine, 90 million adults in the U.S. misunderstand drug labels or have difficulty following their directions. Plus, as you get older, the number of prescription drugs one takes increases.

12-21-2020

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Mallory Knee is a freelance writer for multiple online publications where she can showcase her affinity for all things beauty and fashion. She particularly enjoys writing for communities of passionate women who come together for a shared interest and empower one another in the process. In her free time, you can find Mallory trying a fun new dinner recipe, practicing calligraphy, or hanging out with her family.

Latest Articles

Seasonal Allergies vs. Mold Allergies

More than 50 million Americans suffer from allergies each year. Allergies are a leading cause of chronic illness. Which type of allergy do you have, and how do you feel better?

08-24-2021
Things Your Eye Doctor Wishes You Knew

Can you easily read this article? Perhaps you need to see an eye doctor? Eye health is often ignored. With aging, you should be paying close attention to your eyes.

08-23-2021
Getting Ready for Back Surgery

About 31 million Americans experience low back pain at any given time 75-85% will have some form of back pain in their lifetime. Back issues get worse with age.

08-9-2021
Go Ahead: Get Nutty Over Nuts

Ah, nuts. There are several health-related advantages these nutritional powerhouses hold—and why you should consume them daily.

07-14-2021
Five Successful Ways to Lessen Arthritis Pain Now

Do you hurt? Almost 55 million Americans have arthritis pain, with 21 million suffering from osteoarthritis. With age, the pain may interfere with your quality of life or even increase your risk of needing long-term health care.

06-30-2021
Quilting Becoming Popular Again - Yes, You Can Learn

What is old is new again. This is true of quilting. Many people are looking for new hobbies, and many people have started to learn quilting. Keeping your mind and body active is always important, and quilting can fit the bill and be fun as well.

06-8-2021
Retire from Your Job – Not Life

Many people start thinking about retiring from their job but not retiring from life. They want a second career, a new passion. There are options. A second career can be part of retirement planning.

05-14-2021
Best Transportation Options for Aging Parents

When Mom and Dad are older, letting them drive might not be a safe idea. There are transportation alternatives available that allow them to remain independent. They can maintain a little bit of independence with your help.

04-28-2021
Retirement? Look At These Golf Cart Communities

Traffic. Congestion. Few people like it. This is why some people are moving to golf cart communities when they retire. Get where you need to with a golf cart and enjoying the open air without traffic can be a retirement paradise for some.

04-15-2021
Best Ways to Live with an HOA

Some people fear HOAs, especially when they are not familiar with them and their role in a community. There are rules. There are fees. However, some HOAs can be wonderful - others, not so much.

04-8-2021
How to Discuss In-Home Care as Parents Decline

You probably have not had 'the talk' with your parents. When Mom or Dad needs help at home, don't delay and get them the right support. Now, you better think about your need decades from now.

04-3-2021
Exploring Independent Living Communities

You may have seen the commercials for independent retirement communities. They offer a look at stress-free living so you can enjoy your golden years. There is more to it than that, and planning is always essential.

03-27-2021
Your Back Hurts? Is it Muscle Strain or Worse?

Back pain. Is it from muscle spasms, muscle tension, maybe a damaged disc? Several structural problems can result in back discomfort. Don't ignore it since as you get older, it can result in limited mobility and disability.

03-20-2021
Double Check Before Filing 2020 Tax

You have heard the saying the only two constant things in life are death and taxes. Tax time is here, and while you have until May 17, 2021, to file 2020 tax returns, don't wait too long to start putting it together.

03-18-2021
Ways to Show Caregivers Appreciation Now

Caregivers work hard taking care of you or your family member. Family members do it out of love and responsibility, but paid caregivers often lack the recognition they deserve. In either case, being a caregiver is demanding and saying thank you can be a nice idea.

03-3-2021
Loved One with Memory Loss? Six Tips to Help Them Now

America is getting older and 5.8 million Americans age 65+ are living with Alzheimer's today. Family caregivers are providing 18.6 billion hours of care. There are things you can do to help your loved one with dementia.

02-7-2021
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - Beat It - Avoid It

Do you have pressure on your median nerve? If you have pain, tingling, and numbness in your arms, making it difficult to type and work, you probably do. It is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, and it causes many problems that can be treated.

12-26-2020
The Medication Label - What to Look For

According to the Institute of Medicine, 90 million adults in the U.S. misunderstand drug labels or have difficulty following their directions. Plus, as you get older, the number of prescription drugs one takes increases.

12-21-2020
Medical Imaging - Key Partner in Today's Health Care

For over 30 years, effective and safe medical imaging has become essential for many medical decisions and has become crucial for the early detection and treatment of diseases. While adding longevity, longevity itself presents challenges that need planning.

11-13-2020
Building a Strong Nest Egg Before Retirement

Everyone should have a nest egg to deal with the unexpected events in their life and funding a successful future retirement. These common-sense tips will help future retirees secure their finances.

11-2-2020
Discover Four Ways Seniors Can Keep Skin Hydrated in Winter

Skin care is important at any age but for older people it is essential for overall good health. Aging skin is especially sensitive to harsh winter climates. If you are a senior or know one, there are ways to keep skin hydrated and healthy in the winter months.

10-28-2020
Not Too Late to Get into Cycling – Start Here

Most of us rode a bike when we were younger. However, once we get older and enter the workforce, many of us forget our bikes. Cycling is an excellent activity for those over 40 looking for a way to have fun, exercise, and help maintain health.

10-16-2020
Grief's Many Physical Effects and Ways to Cope

Grief does not just affect the mental health of those who experience the loss of a loved one. Understand the physical and emotional effects and ways to cope for yourself or your loved one who is experiencing grief.

10-13-2020
The Big Five Financial Stages of Life

There is more to life than money, but money plays a very big part of life. Plan carefully by understanding these five critical financial stages of life to help you enjoy a future successful retirement.

10-9-2020
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