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Driving Less Risky Than Walking for Seniors

In a recent study conducted by the University of Plymouth in the U.K., it was determined that elderly drivers over 70 were no more likely to die on the road than those in their 20s. They also found that pedestrians over 70 were five times more likely to die from being hit by a car [&hellip

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Real Age Test for Senior Discounters

I came across what I believe to be a very interesting test from RealAge ® Just to let you know that you will be asked to register prior to taking the age test but I believe it is well worth it. You will be asked a series of questions regarding your overall health, feelings, diet [&hellip

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Senior Synchronized Swimming

I hope all of you Senior Discounters are enjoying watching the Olympic Games from London. In honor of the 2012 Games, please take a moment to watch this humorous video of a synchronized swimming “exhibition” performed by a group of “seasoned” athletes. I think the video speaks for itself.   Happy Saving!

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Heart Yourself

A friend of mine suffered a heart attack over this past weekend and had to undergo emergency, quintuple bypass surgery. Call it coincidence or good timing but I came across this piece from Katie Couric’s new digital, video series for ABC News and Yahoo called, “Katie’s Take”, in which Ms. Couric explores topics and issues [&hellip

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Honoring Andy Griffith

As most know by now, TV icon Andy Griffith passed away on Tuesday in his native North Carolina at the age of 86. I came across this tribute which was written by Ron Howard (who played Mr. Griffith’s son Opie on the “Andy Griffith Show in the 1960s) for the Los Angeles Times. Mr. Howard [&hellip

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