Why America’s Veterans Make the Best Entrepreneurs

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Why America’s Veterans Make the Best Entrepreneurs The men and women who serve our country are some of the most trusted individuals in American society. Notably, 73% of citizens have confidence in the military, the highest rated institution in the U.S., according to this Gallup poll. The military serves our country with honor and distinction. […]

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Before Dementia Sets in, Your Body Will Give You These 7 Early Warning Signs

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When people think of dementia, memory loss is often the first thing they associate with the condition. Some of dementia’s less obvious signs are just as common but may be mistakenly dismissed for “old age” or something else. However, the brain can be a tricky thing. The way mental changes manifest can differ from person to person, […]

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Are You a Helicopter Child to Your Parent?

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Navigating the fine line between knowing when to help and overstepping When psychologist Barry Jacobs saw that his aging mother’s mental faculties were weakening and confronted her about it, the two of them began to argue. Despite being an expert on aging, Jacobs, a Springfield, Pa.-based clinical psychologist, author of The Emotional Survival Guide for Caregivers:  […]

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Make Your Home Safe for Your Aging Parent

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Adapting to accommodate your loved one Job #1 when moving your aging parent or loved one into your home — or helping them age in place in their own home — is making it safe. Take a look at the home from the perspective of a person who uses a wheelchair or is a fall risk. […]

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