Theatre and film icon, Bette Davis said it best: “Old age ain’t no place for sissies.” Davis died at the ripe old age of 81 on October 6, 1989, though, just prior to the age of preventative medicine-when health care providers could and would order a myriad of tests with the focus on wellness. Those days are gone. Davis knew one thing, though, that’s true in every era. Seniors have it tough. From brutal insurance industry shifts to a relentless focus on millennials, it’s a jungle out there for nearly 50 million U.S. residents aged 65 and older. [Forbes] READ MORE
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