Simple Steps To Cut Sodium and Stay Healthy in 2009 PDF Print E-mail
Stymied by Low-sodium Needs? Some Simple Steps to Cut Sodium

(ARA) – Salt is simply everywhere, from frozen dinners to canned soup, and fast food to fine dining fare. Even if you never touch the salt shaker while cooking or sitting down to eat, you may still be consuming a high salt intake that might work against you if you have heart disease. For anyone, following a low-sodium diet can be a challenge.
Five Ways to Make 50-Plus the Best Years of Your Life PDF Print E-mail
Five Ways to Make 50-Plus the Best Years of Your Life

(ARA) - You’re getting older, it’s true. But it’s how you get older that matters. Being afraid of it is like being afraid of getting more channels on your TV: It can be a little disorienting at first (do I watch ESPN 1, ESPN 2 or ESPN 3?), but all the new choices offer a great opportunity for exploration.
Senior Cruisers: Five Hints To Enjoy The Very Best One For You PDF Print E-mail

We've been on a dozen or so cruises since my retirement, and have some suggestions on how to make the best and most satisfying deals. You may not agree with these ideas, but we enjoyed our cruises much more when we did them right.

Senior Travelers: Will Your 2009 Spending Help the Economy Recover? PDF Print E-mail

Travelwise seniors should consider recent remarks by Ben Stein, quiz show host, TV eyewash pitchman/news commentator, college economics prof and former Nixon speechwriter. Stein, age 64, insists that the best way for the economy to recover from the financial disasters of 2008 is for all consumers to get out and spend more in 2009.

Senior Flyers: To Get Action, Complain Where it Will Do the Most Good PDF Print E-mail

Sitting in the airport or inside a scheduled flight, we could face many problems. Not just the everyday glitches about weather delays, mixed up schedules and equipment repairs. But also those personal happenings that should have never happened to little old me.


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