Trulee Blog

Keep an Eye Out for the Latest Travel Scams

Americans ages 50 and up say they plan to spend more than $6,650 dollars on vacations in 2024, and about ...
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Refresh Your Summer Wine/Food Experience

Enjoy a glass of refreshing, cool wine in the summer? You’re not alone. A good portion of older adults indulge in alcoholic ...
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Stroke Recovery: A Timeline

In March 2015, Doug Nichols and his family traveled to Sanibel Island, Florida, for a spring getaway. During lunch on ...
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5 Surprising Foods That Can Spike Your Blood Sugar

Soy milk and soy bean on orange background. Non-dairy milk concept. Vegan Drink. Copy space Sugar is sneaky. Just when ...
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7 Medicines That Don’t Mix With Driving

You may be driving under the influence and not even realize it. We aren’t talking about alcohol or illegal drugs; ...
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Tips for Living Alone With Early-Stage Dementia

Have you, or has someone you love, recently been diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment, early-stage  Alzheimer’s disease,  vascular dementia,  Lewy body ...
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3 Big Risk Factors for Dementia to Avoid 

While there are a few risk factors for dementia that you can’t control — like age and family history — ...
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New Medical Breakthroughs Older Adults Need to Know About

Richard “Rick” Slayman made history on March 16 by becoming the first living person to receive a genetically modified kidney ...
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What Are Frontotemporal Disorders? Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Male doctor sitting with female patient by window, side view Frontotemporal disorders (FTD), sometimes called frontotemporal dementia, are the result ...
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