Monthly Archives: May 2014

“HAPPY BIRTHDAY” FROM SOCIAL SECURITY

THINKING RETIREMENT – ANDY LANDIS – There are numerous birthdays throughout your life that are significant Social Security milestones. Don’t overlook one or you might get short-changed. I’ll bet you anything you have a birthday sometime this year.  If you’re … Continue reading

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PASSWORDS SHOULD BE PASSÉ

TECHNOLOGY AND YOU – GARY M. KAYE  – The huge data breach at eBay may bring the world one step closer to eliminating the ever more vulnerable password system that has been in place since the advent of the Internet. … Continue reading

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GARY’S TECH TIP: WHAT IS AUGMENTED REALITY?

  TECHNOLOGY AND YOU – GARY M. KAYE  –  Augmented Reality is not the feeling you get after a couple of drinks or smoking a joint.  That’s altered reality.  And it’s not what happens when you put on one of … Continue reading

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CATCHING GOOD HABITS

RETIREMENT COACHING – DEBBIE DRINKARD GROVUM –  “You have to read this article,” my husband announced as we sat on our lanai reading the Sunday paper. The article described a 94-year-old woman who was still competing and setting records in … Continue reading

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FACTS ABOUT HEART DISEASE

LIVING HEALTHY – DR. ROBIN MILLER – A recent survey of around 1000 men and women over aged 18 conducted at the Cleveland Clinic found that the majority of those surveyed did not understand the risks of heart disease and … Continue reading

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CO-HOUSING CONTINUES TO GROW

CO-HOUSING CONTINUES TO GROW  HOUSING OPTIONS – ELLEE CELLER, REALTOR – I have been an advocate of co-housing for many years and have written about it in the past. -housing communities are old-fashioned neighborhoods that combine the value of private … Continue reading

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ENJOYING THE FREEDOM OF RETIREMENT

KEEPING ACTIVE – DAVE BERNARD – A typical life story for most of us might go something like this: Our first 25 years are spent growing up, experiencing an introduction to the realities of what it means to become an … Continue reading

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A ROUTER THAT FIXES YOUR WEAKEST LINK

TECHNOLOGY AND YOU – GARY KAYE  – For many of us, one of the most aggravating things to do is install a new wireless router.  Often they are very complicated to hook up, require a long time to establish settings, … Continue reading

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DO SENIOR BRAINS AGE?

LIVING HEALTHY – DR. JOHN KALB – Brain aging is a myth. Really? The very idea, currently being proposed with a straight face by some brain researchers, seems both preposterous and promising. We’ve all heard how millions of Americans are … Continue reading

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THE POWER, OF POWER LIFTING FOR SENIORS

LIVING HEALTHY – ANDY BAXTER – I was going to start off this blog by telling you of my latest research projects currently going on at High Point University’s health, science and human performance laboratory in North Carolina.  Then I … Continue reading

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