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Voting by Absentee Ballot for Seniors in Westchester, NY

What You Need to Know about Registering to Vote and Absentee Ballots for Seniors in in Westchester, NY

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, states are making it easier for citizens to vote by absentee...

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The Movie Conundrum - Picking a Film to watch with Seniors

I just spent two weeks visiting my parents in White Plains, NY, ages 93 and 88.  Each night we sat down to pick a movie to watch together that could satisfy my mom’s short attention span due to...

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Macular Degeneration Happens Quietly with Age for Westchester Seniors.

It's easy for us to take healthy vision for granted until one day our eyesight is diminished. My 93 year old father, a former surgeon in Westchester, NY, had keen eyesight his entire life, but in...

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A Guide to the Safest Masks to Protect You and Your Family in NY & CT

 

 

There is no magic bullet to contain the spread of Covid-19 in the New York Metro Area. Medical experts anticipate a combination of herd immunity - 60% to 80% of the population have antibodies,...

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Why Nursing Homes in NY & CT are At High Risk for COVID-19 Infection

Even as death rates from the coronavirus have declined overall since March, U.S. nursing homes, also known as long-term care facilities, have persisted as one of the deadliest environments for...

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Coronavirus Testing 101: What You Need to Know in NY and CT

There has been an uptick in Covid-19 positive cases in Fairfield County and Westchester County over the last week, driven in part by some teens not practicing social distancing and returning to...

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Happy Gorgeous Grandmas Day to Our NY & CT Grandmas

Yes, Gorgeous Grandma Day really is a day on the calendar!  Time to celebrate our Grandmas.  Since those of us in Westchester, Fairfield County and Nassau County are still under some measure of...

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NY & CT Seniors Can Access a Lifestyle Program to Prevent Dementia

Sharp Again Naturally

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Social Isolation Accelerates Memory Loss for Seniors in NY & CT

While discussing current events at a recent family dinner, my 85 year old mom looked a bit confused and interrupted the conversation and began singing a “ditty,” a sweet song from decades ago...

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Tips for Safely Dining Outside for Seniors in Westchester County

 

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