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  • You’d Be Surprised What Technology Can Be Hacked
    You’d Be Surprised What Technology Can Be Hacked
    The internet of things (IoT) is responsible for many conveniences via embedded electronic devices, and many seniors are making use of these technologies. It is becoming increasingly common for everyday items like refrigerators, thermostats, and doorbells to be internet-connected making our homes and personal information subject to hacking. A hacker
  • Lifestyle Diseases on the Rise
    Lifestyle Diseases on the Rise
    Health experts have been advising people for years about unhealthy habits being the cause of "lifestyle" diseases that are increasing across the US. These lifestyle diseases become more common with age and include heart disease, type 2 diabetes, some cancers, and Alzheimer's disease. Around the globe, these diseases account for
  • Google Has a New Use for Your Health Records
    Google Has a New Use for Your Health Records
    When Google Inc became a publicly-traded company in 2004, its founders wrote a letter that said, in part, Google and its employees are "committed to significantly improving the lives of as many people as possible." Google is famously known for its search engine and is part of many inter-related technology
  • Seniors More Indebted Than Ever
    Seniors More Indebted Than Ever
    America experienced its worst financial crisis since the great depression between 2007 and 2010. Known as the subprime mortgage crisis, it happened because home prices fell in 2006, triggering loan defaults. Then the risk spread into pension funds, mutual funds, and corporations who owned the derivatives. It also spread into
  • Possible Dementia Indicated by Poor Financial Decisions
    Possible Dementia Indicated by Poor Financial Decisions
    Diminishing brain function due to the onset of dementia can lead to the destruction of your financial well-being. If you are age 50 or older, easy access to your financial assets like stocks and bonds, checking and savings accounts, money market accounts, and other assets can lead to loss of