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Mark Hager, CEO Age In Place Networks
Mark Hager, CEO Age In Place Networks

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What a very cool gadget. I'd say a lot of potential, if they can ditch the wires.
Zipperbot a robotic zipper!!!
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Caregiving technology is not yet evolved to solutions that really assist caregivers.  What should a 2.0 solution include?

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Medicare changes in 2015. This year, there are a few changes to Medicare coverage that will affect millions of seniors. In general, prices are going up and coverage is growing smaller. #medicare   #medicarepartd   #medicarepartbdeductible  

http://www.elderoptionsoftexas.com/blog-medicare-changes-2015.htm

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This is a good one and clear full of great info for business owners.

Start prepping your company for growth by using the ideas in these podcast episodes. 

Older consumers could mean big business for you.
Small business podcast : Knowing Your Customer Part 2 is up - http://bit.ly/1CcXBpp - Please share

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                                                  #Millennials
                            You Have Much To Look Forward To
Research that tracks Americans' well being in 5 categories found that in each case, surveyed individuals ages 65+ report a better quality of life than younger adults- The Wall Street Journal http://ow.ly/FAJJR #Wellbeing  

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WHOA!!!! Environmental factors look like they have a hand in Alzheimer's, cancer, diabetes, etc. Are we killing ourselves???

Using a new imaging technique, National Institutes of Health researchers have found that the biological machinery that builds DNA can insert molecules into the DNA strand that are damaged as a result of environmental exposures. These damaged molecules trigger cell death that produces some human diseases, according to the researchers. The work, appearing online Nov. 17 in the journal Nature, provides a possible explanation for how one type of DNA damage may lead to cancer, diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular and lung disease, and Alzheimer’s disease. 
http://www.nih.gov/news/health/nov2014/niehs-25.htm

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