Blog Ideas For Ageing

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5 Anti-Aging Tips for the Summer Months

With the summer right around the corner, finding ways to protect your skin is more important than ever. Check out the following 5 anti-aging hacks to keep you looking young and fresh all summer long.

Venus L

Rochester, New York, United States

Customer Ratings 230
67% Followed Guidelines

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How to Upgrade Your Home for Aging in Place

As people get older, they may not get around as much. To continue living in their home, they can invest in certain upgrades, such as a wheelchair accessible bathroom, stair lift, lower counter tops in your kitchen.

Anita E

Seguin, Texas, United States

Customer Ratings 29
85% Followed Guidelines

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5 Ways to Boost Testosterone for Aging Guys

It's a fact that men over 40 often have low testosterone. You don't have to undergo hormone replacement therapy to boost your levels. Tricks like heading to the gym, minimizing stress and eating healthy can naturally boost your levels.

Dayva S

Oakland, California, United States

Customer Ratings 240
92% Followed Guidelines

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The Baby Boomer's Guide to Aging in Place

Independence is the top priority for countless baby boomers, but aging is inevitably accompanied by physical limitations. By planning home modifications well before they are needed, seniors can successfully age in place.

Customer Ratings 6
100% Followed Guidelines

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Don't Delay Another Day: Take the Time To Ask Aging Parents About...

Use this list of topics to start a dialogue and learn important answers to awkward or upsetting questions about aging parents' finances, wills, advanced health directives, need for assisted living and more.

Emmay J

Oakland, California, United States

Customer Ratings 0

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Seeing Your Way to Protecting Your Senior Vision

The aging eye is vulnerable to a number of issues, from cataracts and glaucoma and macular degeneration. This article discusses smart practices for keeping your eyes healthy and functional in your senior years.

William R

San Antonio, Texas, United States

Customer Ratings 96
88% Followed Guidelines

Short Blog Post $51.25

5 Cool Tech Gadgets for Baby Boomers and Seniors

Intro with the booming growth of our aging population and touch on their buying power, explaining why they an important demographic. Introduce these tech gadgets for Baby Boomers and seniors. Describe the gadgets and why they would be appealing. 1) Ambient Intelligence Devices/wearables/IoT ( (i.e. Neura and the Onyx Digital Pharmacy provide medication reminders/alerts; Lifepod, a voice-controlled virtual caregiver; and ElliQ - intelligent robot meant to act as a companion and ease loneliness) 2) The Bond Stick -- works as both an umbrella and walking stick and has built-in functions, like an MP3 player and alarm sensor. 3) Tablets for Seniors with magnifying glass and simplified apps 4) Key/Phone Finder (i.e. Tile Mate) 5) Gilette Treo designed to allow caregivers to shave seniors.

Elizabeth B

Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States

Customer Ratings 12
75% Followed Guidelines

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How Tetris can help keep your brain young

The hugely influential video game Tetris is more than just a fun time-waster -- studies show that playing the famous Russian game of nesting blocks can actually slow the aging process of players' brains.

Sean H

Henderson, Nevada, United States

Customer Ratings 0

Short Blog Post $133.52

Who Wants to Live Forever? The Science of Age Reversal

This year is already shaping up to be a tipping point in cellular regeneration research. In 2017, science journals reported on several age reversal experiments. Now the results are in and we could see the end of aging in our lifetimes.

Mark T

Chicago, Illinois, United States

Customer Ratings 221
81% Followed Guidelines

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What Seniors Should Know About Alcohol

As you grow older, alcohol may become more of a threat to your well-being. This articles discusses the dangersko of self-medication for chronic pain, changes in physical tolerance over time, and possible interactions with prescribed medications.

William R

San Antonio, Texas, United States

Customer Ratings 76

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I May Be Old But I'm Not Dead

Article will discuss the need for seniors to stand up for themselves to make certain no one takes advantage of them. To often seniors become complacent and end up being victimized by not only strangers but family and friends as well.

Bobbie F

Mississippi, United States

Customer Ratings 196
80% Followed Guidelines

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What You Need to Know About Hospice Care

End of life care and planning can be difficult and overwhelming. There are many misconceptions around what hospice care entails, but understanding a few key facts about how hospice services work can help you or a loved one get the care you need.

Sullin J

Los Angeles, California, United States

Customer Ratings 185
82% Followed Guidelines

Short Blog Post $57.50

Proper Balance For The Elderly

What causes you to lose your balance. Why proper balance is important - improved confidence - preventing falls and injury - able to participate in more activities. How to improve balance

Customer Ratings 9
80% Followed Guidelines

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The Deadly Impact of Social Isolation

The "Loneliness Epidemic" and social isolation can be as damaging as smoking 15 cigarettes a day. Lack of connection has life-threatening effects, especially older people. Learn about the extent and impact of isolation, identify signs and help ease loneliness.

Emmay J

Oakland, California, United States

Customer Ratings 150
88% Followed Guidelines

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5 Ways To Slow The Progress Of Dementia

While different tactics work better for some people than others, there are a few things that anyone can do to improve their overall quality of life while living with dementia that also contributes to slowing the progress of the disease.

Rachel M

Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States

Customer Ratings 119
75% Followed Guidelines

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