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How to Overcome Boomer Hearing Challenges in a Masked World

By Joy Stephenson-Laws November 15, 2020

Many baby boomers have some degree of hearing loss. In fact, by the time we reach age 70, about 70 percent of us will suffer a decline in our hearing acuity. And by 2030, some 50 million boomers are expected to have hearing loss…

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Common Hearing Issues Among Older Adults

By Jessica Thomas October 04, 2020

Many older adults experience some degree of hearing loss, and this hearing loss can dramatically impact their quality of life. Some hearing issues are simply genetic, whereas traumatic injuries or illnesses may cause others…

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Confessions of a Woman Who Secretly Wears Hearing Aids

By Cindy Roe Littlejohn August 05, 2020

Not many people know it (and now everyone will), but I occasionally wear hearing aids. Not for everyday use, but for when I am in a crowded situation where people have to talk and listen to each other. Read More

How to Change a Loss Into a Catalyst for Change After 60

By Alice Fisher July 30, 2020

At each stage of our lifespan we are presented with the opportunity to change. These changes are different for each of us, and as we grow older, change is often accompanied by loss. Read More

How Important It Is to Take Care of Your Physical Health After 60? Part 2: Hearing

By Joan Frances Moran September 21, 2019

When I was in high school and a smart-aleck with my friends, we used to tease my dad because of his hearing loss. Thank goodness he had a great sense of humor and a knowing sense of self…

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5 Ways to Find the Motivation to Continue Your Weight Loss and Fitness Journey After 50

By Joseph Parent August 17, 2018

The ideal approach to losing weight and getting fit is based on positive preference rather than harsh self-denial. The key is to consciously choose to weigh less and be in better shape as a preference over the old habits of over-eating and avoiding exercise. Read More

How to Write a Pet Loss Poem to Heal Your Grief

By Wendy Van de Poll June 19, 2018

When looking for a creative and beautiful way to heal your heart after pet loss, have you considered writing a pet loss poem? Read More

Can Tinnitus Be Cured?

By Keith Darrow June 29, 2022

As someone who has studied the brain for over 20 years, I’m happy to give you the most straightforward answer I can to the question, “Can tinnitus be cured?” The answer is a resounding… MAYBE! I know you want to hear me say yes! But what if I told you…

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The Definitive Answer to Your Dizziness Questions

By Lex Gonzales May 27, 2022

Dizziness is a common problem for the Boomer generation, but many are afraid to ask questions about it. They may not know what is causing their dizziness, or they may be worried that it is a sign of something more serious. In this article, I will answer…

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Young Women Over 60: Stay Physical and Work on Preventing Dementia

By Keith Darrow April 25, 2022

Prevention is the only available ‘treatment’ for the mind-robbing diseases of cognitive decline and dementia. In fact, prevention of dementia is just as important as preventing other common chronic conditions…

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