In the past, men over the age of 55, especially those with elevated PSAs, a blood marker for prostate cancer, would have to rely on a combination of blood tests and biopsies to monitor for early or recurrent signs of prostate cancer.
A revolutionary device permanently implanted in the heart can significantly reduce the risk of stroke for individuals with a particular type of irregular heart rhythm. Used to treat for people with atrial fibrillation not caused by a heart valve problem (non-valvular AFib), the Watchman™ permanent heart implant effectively reduces the risk of stroke with a 95 percent success rate.
Transitioning to Senior Living is not always easy. Some people move to downsize and free themselves from home maintenance, others for socialization and yet others for the assistance with daily activities. Regardless of the motivation, the move represents change, which can be emotionally draining.
One aspect of the move that can be made easy is selling your home. Using an experienced realtor not only helps you delegate the task but also ensures that you maximize your home’s value in a timely manner. Often people rely on their home’s equity to help fund their next stage in life; the sale of property is an important step in the transition to senior living.
It is with great pleasure that we celebrate the opening of Enhanced Dental Arts to the Bethlehem dental community Located at 2299 Brodhead Rd, upon entering the office, one is immediately struck by the open and airy atmosphere which has a comfortable and calming feel to it. People who are anxious and fearful will find it to be just one part in the overall experience which is geared to alleviating apprehension and fear of dental treatment.
You spend your whole life building your legacy but sadly, that is not always enough. Without careful tax planning, much of it could be lost to taxes or misdirected. While a will or living trust is essential for dividing your estate as you wish, an efficient tax plan ensures you pass on as much of your legacy as possible.
Americans are living longer thanks to modern medicine and our understanding of disease prevention, diagnosis, and management; however, as a result we have also seen a significant increase in the number of older adults living with dementia. One of the most common questions I am asked, related to dementia, is, “how can I prevent this from happening to me?”