8 Things You Didn’t Know Social Security Could Do for You
over its history, the Social Security Administration (SSA) has added numerous special services to help customers (that’s you and me) deal with pressing medical, familial and financial issues. Here are some of the lesser-known things Social Security can do for you.
Telehealth Became a Lifeline for Older Americans. But It Still Has Glitches
Medicare has extended coverage of remote health care. While telehealth removed barriers to care for many during the pandemic, some say there is more to be done.
‘I was always curious’: Indian woman, 104, fulfils dream of learning to read
I’ll never apologize for loving to come across stories like this.
What the Stoics Understood About Death (And Can Teach Us)
In this excerpt from his book Breakfast with Seneca: A Stoic Guide to the Art of Living, David Fideler writes, “Unlike many other countries, the United States has accomplished a world-class disappearing act when it comes to keeping older adults (and any other reminders of death) out of sight and out of mind.”
Here he describes how European cultures handle aging and reminds us, “A Stoic wants to live well—and living well means dying well, too. . . . In other words, as the final act of living, a good death is characterized by acceptance and gratitude.”
Why Do Women Sprout Chin Hairs as They Age?
Certainly I’m not the only one who has asked herself this question
How to Use Your Phone’s Privacy-Protection Tools
t’s always good to keep up with articles like this, since our phone settings can be changed every time there’s a new operating system update. Since these updates usually happen automatically, it’s a good idea to check these settings periodically.
The Rise Of Nannacore: Insta’s Silver Influencers Are Keeping Things Fresh
Scarlett Conlon discusses “the wardrobes of senior style icons” as seen on Instagram.
Lucille Ball on the Big Screen, the Small Screen and Offscreen
Have you seen the movie Being the Ricardos, starring Nicole Kidman as Lucille Ball? I haven’t seen it yet, so if you have, I’d love to hear your reaction.
See you next year!
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