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How secure are your mobile devices?

The good news: Your mobile devices are actually pretty secure, especially compared to computers. The bad news: Your mobile devices are at risk of malware and other security threats—and those risks are on the rise. According to Verizon’s Mobile Threat Index 2018, 64% of organizations reporting have seen an increase in mobile threats over the…

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New horizons in data breaches?

Experian released its sixth annual Data Breach Industry Forecast, which includes its top five data breach predictions for 2019. The report addresses new cyber threats to biometrics and gaming, along with susceptible breach targets that include cloud and wireless networks. Here’s a summary from Experian’s Matt Tatham: The scale of data breaches in 2018 has been…

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A Healthier Mind and Body

As we grow older, our bodies constantly remind us that they need attention:  an ache here, a tightness there, something in the blood work, difficulty with a flight of stairs.  It’s easy to pay attention to our physical bodies, since with every pang  our bodies make their demands known.  But what about the non-physical aspects…

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New Years Resolutions for your Medicine Cabinet

While the end of the year brings many people’s attention to reflecting on the year that was as well as the holidays, it also provides an opportunity to take inventory of your prescription medications. Are there drugs in your medicine cabinet you aren’t using anymore? What about ones that are expired? Are you storing them…

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New phone scam targets seniors

Post-holiday bills bring extra financial pressures on everyone…even crooks. There’s a new hybrid scam called “spearfishing” that targets seniors with robo-calls or in-person phone scammers claiming to be from doctors, hospitals, insurers, Social Security, or banks. The FTC issued this advisory. “I’m calling from [pick any bank]. Someone’s been using your debit card ending in…

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Can you picture Gratitude? Try here

Practicing gratitude is one of the most powerful tools to increase joy and happiness in your life. It’s also good for your health by lowering blood pressure and heart rate, and by improving sleep, resiliency, and self-esteem.  Want to learn how to do it more than once a year?  Try one of these videos: The…

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Veterans, are you missing out?

Every year, millions of senior veterans miss out on a benefit that could help them pay for much needed care. It’s called Aid & Attendance (A&A), and for qualifying veterans and their families, it can go a long way toward paying for the cost of an assisted living community or nursing home, or even pay…

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