Creative Eldering: Move it and Preserve it

~ By Susan L. Levy, D.C. ~ Have you noticed that when you are physically active your mood and overall feelings are generally more positive and upbeat? An incredible amount of research over the years has repeatedly demonstrated daily exercise…

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Mandatory Medicare Cuts Loom Making Care for Beneficiaries More Difficult

~ By Eileen Doherty, MS ~ Denver, CO. – Repealing an unelected, unaccountable federal bureaucratic panel – which could institute drastic, arbitrary Medicare cuts this spring – is a priority for Colorado Medicare beneficiaries including seniors and people with disabilities….

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New scorecard shows where Colorado needs improvement for older adults, disabled

But pace of change must accelerate to meet demographic demands ~ Denver, Colo. – Colorado ranks No. 8 when it comes to meeting the long-term care needs of older residents and people with disabilities, and AARP warns more must be…

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No-Cost Programs for Hearing Loss

For those of you who have a slight to severe hearing loss a Captioned Telephone (CapTel) can be a game changer. If you have a hard time understanding what is being said on the phone, you can have a free…

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Why Water and Contact Lenses Don’t Mix

Water often contains bacteria that can cause eye infections; Dr. Sean Claflin recommends good hygiene practices for contact lens wearers Denver, CO – Looking to escape the summer heat, Americans will flock to local pools, waterparks, or larger bodies of…

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What to do if your pet goes missing

The metro area’s population explosion hasn’t been limited to humans. Thousands of pets have come along with their families, some eager, many nervous about starting new lives in unfamiliar territory. Sadie wedged herself into the back seat when John S.,…

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Staying Hydrated This Summer

~ By Kirsten Antony R.N. ~ It is summer in Colorado and as temperatures soar, it is a good time to be reminded of the importance of hydration. Dehydration can occur when the amount of water consumed is less than…

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Timeshare Resale Scams – Be protected by using these tips from the Colorado Division of Real Estate

The Division of Real Estate has received multiple calls regarding what appears to be timeshare scams targeting Colorado consumers, real estate brokers, and out-of-state consumers. In the current version of the scam, timeshare owners are cold-called, mailed or emailed solicitations…

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Why We Have Military Consumer Protection Month

~ By Gerald Rome, Colorado Securities Commissioner ~ July is National Military Consumer Protection Month, and for anyone who has family members in the service, or who themselves served, it’s a great time for a refresher on the scams that…

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Life Insurance and Financial Planning – How Do They Tie In?

~ By Herb White, MBA, CFP ~ When it comes to finances, many people believe that financial planning and life insurance are as unrelated as night and day. Their thinking is that financial planning is concerned with investments, taxes, retirement…

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Plan for Retirement – Stretch Your Dollars

~ By Jim Doyle ~ “I took out a reverse mortgage when I was in my 60s. That allowed me to postpone receiving social security, gave my retirement fund time to grow without being touched, and provided additional income monthly…

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Express-Line Prayer

~ By Darlene Franklin ~ Waking up early is one thing. Waking up for a date with a needle is another. “Good morning!” A cheerful, African-accented voice called out. “I’m here to draw your blood.” I placed my right arm…

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Call for Entries to the annual “This Is Colorado” juried art show

The Heritage Fine Arts Guild of Arapahoe County is calling for entries to the annual “This Is Colorado” juried art show. The show is open to all Colorado artists and runs from October 10 through November 2. The deadline to…

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Arapahoe Philharmonic presents FREE SUMMER CONCERT

The Arapahoe Philharmonic presents a free community concert in its new performance home, Fisher Auditorium on The Englewood Campus on July 2nd from 3 pm to 5 pm The program includes popular favorites from Leonard Bernstein, Aaron Copland, George Gershwin,…

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Green Valley Ranch 2017 Summer Concert Series and Farmers Market Lineup Announced

FREE concert series includes six concerts and a July 4th fireworks display DENVER, CO – Oakwood Homes is proud to present the return of the annual Green Valley Ranch Summer Concert Series (and community Farmers Market). The FREE concerts kick-off…

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