Month: October 2014

Keeping Your Private Information Safe — Part 2

Keeping Your Private Information Safe — Part 2 Last week, Staying Put at Home detailed steps to take to protect your information on the Internet. Safeguarding your online security is essential to avoiding identity theft, but overlooking the offline tactics that scammers also use can still leave you vulnerable.

Keeping Your Private Information Safe — Part 1

Keeping Your Private Information Safe — Part 1 Do you worry about becoming the victim of fraud? The unfortunate truth is that seniors are frequently the target of unscrupulous people. The National Council on Aging notes that scammers go after boomers because they often have significant savings and unsuspecting attitudes.

What’s Causing Your Chronic Back Pain?

What’s Causing Your Chronic Back Pain? Back pain is a big problem. The National Institutes of Health states that approximately 80 percent of all Americans will have it at some time in their lives—and it doesn’t always go away.

Dementia Behaviors: What They Mean

Dementia Behaviors: What They Mean Shirley Magee* cares for her husband, Jim, who has Alzheimer’s disease. Though Jim is accustomed to taking the occasional nap, his wife noticed that he was sleeping more during the day.

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