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Making Your Home Senior Friendly

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Whether you have just moved to your home recently or you have lived there for decades, it may have a great deal of meaning for you. While assisted living facilities may be the right choice for some people, others may want to continue living independently in the same place. However, there may be hazards that could be dangerous as you ...

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The Risks And Benefits Of Online Dating For Seniors

Elderly Couple

Social interaction has long been associated with the younger generation, with surveys revealing upwards of 90% of 18 to 29 year-olds actively use social media. What is perhaps more surprising are the equivalent statistics for older people. With half of older Americans having access to home broadband, the senior demographic of Internet users is almost 70%. If you fall into ...

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What Are The Risk Factors For Elder Abuse?

Elderly woman

As senior citizens age, their bodies gradually work less effectively as they once did. This often results in needing special care to smoothly get through the day. Unfortunately, elders are naturally vulnerable to mistreatment as a result of depending on someone else for care. This is known as elder abuse. Many behaviors classify as neglect and abuse, which means it ...

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Saugus High School Seniors Celebrated In Drive-Thru Graduation

After a year filled with unprecedented events and circumstances, the Saugus High School class of 2020 was celebrated in a drive-thru graduation ceremony at Central Park Friday morning. Undoubtedly, every student at Saugus High School displayed tremendous perseverance as they endured the Saugus school shooting as well as the COVID-19 pandemic. In the wake of these tumultuous times, Saugus seniors ...

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CIF-SS Update Floats Possibility For Final Senior Competition

CIF Southern Section

The possibility of one final athletic contest for seniors over the summer was floated in a letter to principals and athletic directors of the CIF Southern Section (CIF-SS) from Commissioner of Athletics Rob Wigwood on Wednesday. With spring sports officially canceled, athletic programs in CIF-SS now move to the “Summertime Rules” bylaws. Under these bylaws, summer athletic programs fall under ...

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Editorial: Doctor’s Diary: How Coronavirus, COVID-19 Is Affecting Us Seniors

Editorial - Santa Clarita News

By: Dr. Gene Dorio Doctor’s Diary:  March 27, 2020 Covid-19:  History repeats itself We were at war. Yet, there was a second battle against an airborne virus plaguing the army as well as citizens.  Those in charge quarantined solders, kept them isolated from communities, and inoculated as many as they could.  Thirty percent of the population died. In July, 1776, ...

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