Finance the New Way: Learning Crypto for Seniors

Finance the New Way: Learning Crypto for Seniors

It's never too late to learn about something new, especially when it could potentially lead to a more secure financial future. We're going to take a look at how seniors can use cryptocurrency to their advantage. We'll also cover everything from how to get started with crypto investing, to navigating the market and protecting your assets. So whether you're looking for a way to supplement your retirement income or just want some extra security in these uncertain times, read on for all the information you need to navigate cryptocurrency. So, What Exactly Is Crypto? Cryptocurrency is a digital or virtual currency that uses cryptography to secure its transactions and to control the creation of new units. Cryptocurrencies are decentralized, meaning they are not subject to government or financial institution control. This makes them an attractive investment option for those looking to break away from traditional finance methods. The only time when a cryptocurrency is considered to be centralized is when it's minted...
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Glaucoma Awareness Month: Everything You Need to Know

Glaucoma Awareness Month: Everything You Need to Know

Did you know that glaucoma is the leading cause of blindness in the United States? This eye disease affects more than 3 million Americans, and yet many people are still unaware of what it is and how to prevent it.  We're going to discuss everything you need to know about glaucoma including; what it is, who is most at risk, what the symptoms are, and how to prevent it. Although glaucoma can occur at any age, it is most common in older adults.  We hope this information will help increase awareness about this serious eye disease and that what you read here today will encourage you to spread knowledge to those around you during and after Glaucoma Awareness Month. What Is Glaucoma and What Does It Do to the Body? Glaucoma is a condition that affects the optic nerve, which can lead to vision loss and even blindness. The optic nerve is responsible for carrying visual information from the eye to the brain. When...
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There’s Fun to Be Had: Events You Don’t Want to Miss

There’s Fun to Be Had: Events You Don’t Want to Miss

There are so many different opportunities for seniors to find fun events in Florida. There is always something new and exciting happening, but there's a chance the events may not have been on your radar. Oftentimes when the new year starts, we become overwhelmed with our new schedules, resolutions, ideas, and simply starting over. This can cause us to overlook the perfect moments to have fun, to dedicate our time to a good cause, to support something that we enjoy, or to have outings with family and friends.  Having a sense of engagement and participation in your community can increase opportunities to get involved in the things that interest you the most. This is why we're going to talk about some of these amazing events that you don't want to miss. The Daytona Turkey Run The Daytona Turkey Run is a great event for seniors that want to have some fun and have an active day. This three-day event includes a car show,...
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Are You Satisfied with Jesus?

Are You Satisfied with Jesus?

| Written by Andrew Wommack | What would it take for you to be satisfied in life? Is Jesus enough? In John 14:6–8 (NLT), Jesus tells His disciples, “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one can come to the Father, except through me. If you had really known me, you would know who my Father is. From now on, you do know him and have seen him!” Philip said, “Lord, show us the Father, and we will be satisfied.”  Philip wanted Jesus to show them the Father, but Jesus said you already see Him. Who was right: Jesus or Philip? Of course, Jesus was right. Philip missed it when he said, Show us the Father, and then we’ll be satisfied. Philip was saying, I’m not satisfied with you, Jesus.  The problem wasn’t with Jesus. Jesus was God manifest in the flesh (1 Tim. 3:16), and He was perfect. The problem was that Philip only knew Jesus after the flesh. In...
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Fight for Life Golf Series for 2022

Fight for Life Golf Series for 2022

Ormond Beach, Florida, January 4, 2022 — The Joan L. Kidd MD Fight for Life Continuum announced that OurSeniors.org has been named a designated beneficiary of the Joan L. Kidd MD Fight for Life Golf Series commencing in 2022. The Golf Series will raise critical funds for the Foundation to continue its work by providing an opportunity for golfers all over the country to participate in supporting the Foundation while playing golf at their home club or any golf course across the US for great prizes! The Joan L. Kidd MD Fight for Life Golf Series powered by Chipd In Golf was born out of a need for the tens of thousands of golfers of all skill levels to have an opportunity to play golf on their time schedule, at their home course or any course across the United States, at their convenience and support the Foundation during the year in the process. Golfers sign up to play in the FFL Golf Series, pay a onetime entry fee,...
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Raising Awareness For Cervical Cancer

Raising Awareness For Cervical Cancer

January is cervical cancer awareness month and we want to talk about it. This disease can often go undetected until it is too late. That’s why it’s important to be aware of the symptoms and know what you can do to prevent it. Did you know that cervical cancer is the fourth most common type of cancer in women? And that each year, more than 12,000 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer in the United States alone? Although we work to raise awareness for cervical cancer in January, this should be done year-round.  We’re going to explain just what cervical cancer is, what can cause it, risk factors to keep in mind, how to reduce those risks, and ways we can educate others. Keep reading; you might just find out something you didn’t know.  Understanding What Cervical Cancer Is Cervical cancer is a type of cancer that affects the cervix, which is located at the bottom of the uterus and connects it to the...
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