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    As we continue to grow, we are updating our newsletter with a new look and new name, “The Kindred Spirit.”

    Because healthy aging impacts an entire family, we will now also include helpful tips and guidance geared toward those caring for loved ones. Every caregiver deserves support, and we want to help.

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  • A healthy brain can lessen cognitive decline as you age, which can prevent the onset of health conditions such as dementia or balance impairment. This is why it’s important to exercise your brain as much as the rest of your body. Learn how here. 

    We’ve researched the most significant new developments in technology that can help you provide care for family members not in your household. Here are ways to stay connected with your loved ones even when you’re not under the same roof.  

    Many have adopted a lifestyle of eating seasonally by buying and eating foods that are naturally grown and harvested at the time of the year. But this is more than just a trendy food movement, there are significant benefits to eating foods that are available in their peak. Learn the benefits by reading more.  

    Enrolling in health insurance can be a complicated process, and even the most conscientious individuals can miss an open enrollment period. While the deadline to enroll in many 2017 health insurance plans has passed, there are still several ways you may be able to find coverage. Learn more.

    If you want to decrease your chance of serious long-term health issues, you may want to consider hitting the hay earlier each night. The American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research Society both recommend that adults ages 18 to 60 get at least seven hours of sleep a night to lower risk for obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and even early death. Read […]

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