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Longevity: A Topic Advisors Can’t Ignore

Longevity: A Topic Advisors Can’t Ignore

It’s hard to deny that we live in the most prosperous time in human history. Great strides have been made in economics, technology, and medicine that are allowing people to live longer than ever before. This trend doesn’t show signs of stopping, either. Medical...
Three Key Ways Aging Affects Financial Planning

Three Key Ways Aging Affects Financial Planning

There’s an ancient English saying: “Time and tide wait for no man.” While the origins are unknown, the point is clear. No one has the power to stop the tide and certainly, no one can stop time from moving forward. This might be patently obvious at your firm, you may...
What to ask at your next annual exam

What to ask at your next annual exam

There is so much more to the annual doctor visit than Pap smears. Taking the extra time to ask your doctor questions about your body will put you on the path to a healthier you. Breast cancer screening Breast cancer is the most common non-skin cancer in women,...
Signs your loved one may be depressed

Signs your loved one may be depressed

We all have our bad days, but when those bad days happen more often than the good ones, it is time to start paying attention. It could be a sign that you or a loved one is depressed. You may want to reach out with a voice of concern, comfort, and support if you notice...
How is Alzheimer’s Disease Diagnosed?

How is Alzheimer’s Disease Diagnosed?

Alzheimer’s disease is often a terrifying and debilitating diagnosis for both patients and their families. What can make this neurodegenerative disorder even more challenging is the fact that there is not yet a truly definitive way to diagnose the disease when a...
How Caregivers Stay Healthy in Hospitals

How Caregivers Stay Healthy in Hospitals

Your loved one is sick and you’re there for them every step of the way. This means helping with doctors, making sure the patient eats well and assisting with whatever is needed. But at the same time, don’t forget that you need to take care of yourself, too. Caregivers...

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