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Solo living may not be detrimental for one’s heart claims a recent study in 2019 which tracked 32,0000 men and women for five years from 45 countries. All were living with stable coronary artery disease. About 11 percent of the participants lived alone and researchers determined the lifestyle status to be a non-issue.
When aging alone and residing in a single family home located in the suburbs or a rural area, you may feel isolated and have few close relations to rely on for friendship, conversation, and help when needed. This post expands the ideas offered in exercise 3 of the Action Plan for Living Alone.
Written by Carol Marak, founder of the Elder Orphan Facebook Group How we choose to live are the result of our individual preferences and the resources available. It’s remarkable that most seniors…
This Medicare Fall Open Enrollment Guide is meant to clear up some confusion about the health insurance program, what you should do during the annual election period that runs from October 15 to December 7, and how to evaluate whether it’s time to change your Medicare Advantage plan or Part D drug plan.