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  • 6 Senior Living Services Options

    Trying to decide what senior living option is right for you or a family member? Here’s a quick rundown of the options. Home health care services Local agencies and associations may offer services for the aging community still living in a home setting. These services range from friendly visiting, home-delivered meals, personal home care services, […]

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  • Choosing a Pet Groomer

    You want your pet to look and feel its best and that means taking it for regular grooming. Grooming services can include a haircut, trimming or shaving, combing, brushing, bathing, clipping nails, ear cleaning and teeth cleaning. WHN TIP – Love Your Pet! According to a survey by Furminator, Inc., shedding is the major cause of negative […]

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  • Travel Tips for Seniors

    Over 50 and traveling for business or pleasure? Or maybe you’re planning a family trip and some of your fellow travelers are on the senior side. Plane, train, ship or car — whatever your mode of transportation, there are some strategies for making your journey or that of your senior safe and comfortable. Plan Ahead […]

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  • Kids and Burns — Here’s What to Know and Do

    According to the American Burn Association, almost one-quarter (24%) of all burn injuries occur in children under the age of 15, with 1,100 children dying each year from fire and burns. More than 136,000 children were seen in emergency rooms for burn injuries in 2011. During National Burn Awareness Week (observed the first full week […]

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  • FAQs About the Flu

    The flu season is still in full swing. Here’s what to know and what to do to help prevent the flu and deal with the symptoms if you catch it. WHN TIP — Check With Your Doc: As always, discuss your options and treatment with your healthcare practitioner. What is the flu? The flu is […]

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  • Choosing an Adult Day Care Service

    Over 10 million Americans are part of the “sandwich generation” – busy, working adults trying to care for their aging parents while also raising their own children. “It’s really hard for families to make these decisions [about their loved ones],” says Beth Meyer-Arnold, who served as director at Luther Manor, an adult day service in […]

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  • Am I Covered?: Home Insurance Questions

    The more you know and understand about home insurance, the better you can insure yourself, your family and your home and possessions in case of loss. The best way to prepare for meeting with your agent is to read your policy and look for the exclusions. If you don’t understand or have questions about something, […]

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  • Divorce Resources

    Preparing for a divorce? Below are some resources to help you through the process Children And Child Custody Resources American Bar Association – Child Custody Articles and information about child custody rights, laws and child support. The ABA is the largest voluntary professional association in the world. With more than 400,000 members, it provides law […]

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  • If You Find a Lost Pet

    First Steps Be safe, be smart. Leave the pet alone. Chances are the pet will be able to find its way home. Since you do not know the pet, it is best not to approach it. Call the local shelter or animal control center. Mention where you last saw the pet (nearest intersection), the pet’s […]

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  • Help! My Pet’s Missing!

    Immediately The House Look in, around and outside your home or the area where you last saw your pet. Ask someone to help you find your pet. Check everywhere, both high and low. Be sure to make lots of noise, rattle favorite toys and treats and yell for your pet. WHN EXPERT TIP – Look Immediately! […]

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