Monthly Archives: December 2021

Why and Where are People Moving to Florida During the Pandemic?

Have you noticed any new construction in your Florida city, town or neighborhood? Most people have! Building cranes and new construction sites seem to be everywhere in the state. If you have the feeling that Florida is a “growth zone,” you are dead right. In the 2020 Census, Florida passed New York as the nation’s […]

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to Our Seniors

With Christmas right on the Horizon, don’t forget to do the things that make you feel wonderful inside! Now is the time to share the things that you find fun or enjoyable with others, to spread holiday cheer, and put smiles on the faces of those that you love, or even a stranger. In this […]

Strength Training for Seniors

  Good nutrition, proper rest and medical care are all recognized as important elements of senior health. Social media and marketing professionals do an outstanding job of targeting seniors with information (and misinformation) about food, drugs, Medicare plans, and sleep aids. There is another essential element for maintaining good senior health that is not heavily […]

Covid-19 and Real Treatments that Work


In nearly two years since the first cases appeared in the U.S., we have learned a lot about the effects Covid-19 may have on our bodies. Symptoms of the virus may appear 2-14 days after exposure. The most common of these symptoms include fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, body aches, headache, new […]

These are all the ways God’s word is binding

| Written by Andrew Wommack | When God speaks, His words are binding—they’re like an unbreakable contract. He always says exactly what He means, He never lies, and He never says, “Whoops, I’ve changed My mind.” This entire universe is held together by the power of God’s words. It was His word that created the […]

There are more Medicare Enrollment Periods than you might think

Medicare’s Enrollment Periods Unlike the health insurance you may have had before turning 65, Medicare has multiple “enrollment periods.” Each of these windows is designed for people in a specific situation. You may be new to Medicare, changing residences or trying out an Advantage plan to see how you like it. There is likely to […]

The Dangers of Dehydration in the Fall Months

  When it comes to proper hydration in people, most believe that we should be concerned with the summer months when temperatures can spike to over 100 degrees. The risks of dehydration are particularly high for infants and seniors. Each year there are warnings from several resources encouraging people to stay hydrated during the summer […]

What You Need to Consider Before rejoining Community Events

Seniors that stay socially active experience several benefits that enrich their lives, including better cognitive function, boosted immune system, and improved mental and physical health. Social activities, however, have been a challenge in the last year and a half because of Covid-19 quarantine protocols. This has time has been particularly difficult for seniors because quarantine […]