Monthly Archives: March 2017

Consumer Ageism Reality Check: How to Tell If You Are a Victim of Discrimination

Even when you are prepared to give someone the benefit of doubt there can come a point where you realize that you are not being treated equally and therefore want to do something about it.

This is the sort of scenario facing consumers who have moved past their 50th birthday and suddenly find themselves subject to ageism when it comes to getting a fair deal on services and products.

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Retirement Travel: Ways to Wander the World When You Have More Time Than Money

With the average age of retirement being 63, it would make sense to assume that the time for traveling may perhaps be over. But this certainly doesn’t have to be the case as, when retired, you have a huge amount of something the majority of working people don’t have: time!

So why not use this time to do the traveling you always dreamed of? In fact, statistics have shown a dramatic increase in traveling among those aged 50 and over, with the stereotype that young people are the only ones who travel being surely challenged. If you’ve always wanted to wander the world but have always found an excuse not to, your retirement could be the answer! Read on to discover some tips on how to best pay for traveling and use your retirement to your advantage.

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Enjoy Every Day: Today’s Apps and Gadgets That Can Help Seniors Live Longer and Better

The number of available phone apps is on the rise. Many of them can help seniors like you live a healthier lifestyle, understand conditions and treatment options and inform you of useful preventative health measures that will reduce your risk of many diseases. Here is a rundown on some of the best apps for health.

Braun Healthy Heart

This is one of the latest heart health apps. It is designed to help people suffering from heart-related illnesses manage their risk factors and live a healthier lifestyle. It also provides a way of monitoring your heart health between visits to your physician. The app allows you to keep updated records of your blood pressure, results from blood tests and detailed risk factors, all easily accessible on your mobile phone.

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