Posts Tagged: health

The Intersection of Health and Wealth (or, how well you live has a direct impact on how well you do!)

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This time of year, many resolutions focus on improving personal finances. A good financial plan is about your goals and dreams.  But is it also about your health? In a recent blog post on the Forbes.com website, our friend and fellow financial planner (who also happens to be a medical doctor) Ca...
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Are you old? Should there be a new term used?

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Should today’s 70-year-old American be considered “old”?  How do you define that term these days?  Statistically, your average 70-year-old has just a 2% chance of dying within a year.  The estimated upper limit of average life expectancy is now 97, and a rapidly growing number of 70-year-ol...
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Being Aware of the Handicapped

Beth on a Knee Scooter
As most of you know, I was out of the office for two months because I had a “drastic” bunionectomy.  I was lucky that I wasn’t in pain and I had a knee scooter so I could be quite independent in the house. However, when I was finally able to venture outside, I saw the world with different eye...
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Male Breast Cancer Awareness – October 2016

Male Breast Cancer Awarness
Pink! Pink! Pink! October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This is a campaign to raise funds for research into its cause, prevention, diagnosis, treatment and cure. We see pink everywhere we look and shop. Women have their yearly mammograms, but what about Men? Men also are susceptible to ...
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10 Tips for Dealing with Stress

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Since September is considered the least stressful month of the year (January is the most stressful), I thought it might be a good time to get a refresh on dealing with stress. By all accounts, stress—and its accompanying emotional mix of frustration, anxiety and fear—is bad for your health.  Wh...
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