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Number 10: Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) Eleven percent of older adults were treated for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD),
2020 started out with my exercising via computer and doing tutorials. As the year wore on I stopped taking care of myself. From occasionally using a cane
I am a sixty years old woman whose husband can't shut his piehole when I am driving. I have an impeccable driving record, and excellent vision. The minute
According to a post by Lynn Saunders, in More Life Health Seniors Community, this is how it manifests: I decide to water my garden. As I turn on the hose,
Ok, read all the comments on other pages for husband problems, My only complaint after six years of my husband’s retirement is he never leaves the house.
How a person Will's their estate on passing is a very personal matter. Do you divide everything equally among all living children to lessen the chance
Well over a year has passed since pandemic surfaced. The entire world caught off guard regardless of wealth or poverty. Toilet paper hoarding became
As someone with hoarder tendencies, retirement became a time to tackle the beast and declutter. A collection of professional tools and accessories gathered
April 2010, I retired after 30+ years of County government service. I was dedicated to my employer and spent most of my waking hours on retirement issues.
One of my best friends has got dementia recently. I am shocked to see him being quite a different person. I am very afraid of having dementia myself.
When my grandfather moved to assisted living, he'd been in his house over 40 years. It was a circus, with family members and others close to him taking
I decluttered my wood pile in my backyard and gave it all away. The last of my fireplace wood is on my front porch but I have not used it in 3 years
You are lucky your Mom wanted to declutter. Many people don’t want to part with one item. When we had an estate sale for my Mother’s items I wish I would’ve
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