A Letter from the editor

As the Editor in Chief of Aging I.Q. News, we focus on education and choices. This idea guides everything we do. We offer financial choices for a range of unexpected circumstances, from illness to estate planning. Something that we hear time and time again from our clients is that they had no idea that the options we are offering even existed. In looking for ways to change that, we found that this lack of awareness was prevalent throughout so many important areas of aging and the circumstances that aging people might encounter. We are hoping to help change that with Aging I.Q. News.

Frozen Dessert Recipes to Keep You Cool All Summer Long

Keep your cool in the kitchen with these frozen treats — from ice cream to ice pops.

Connect With People in the Great Outdoors

Lockdown ending? Go outside into the great outdoors and connect with people again!

Home Care

Advice On Accident And Injury In-Home Care Services

Recovering from an accident or injury can be a lengthy and difficult process. Friends and family members can struggle to provide the injured loved one with the level of care they need for optimal health.

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Want To Boost Your Brain Power? Here’s How!

Why are some people able to learn things quicker and seemingly much easier than the rest of us? While it can be a combination of luck and genetics, for most people it’s because they have worked hard to boost their brainpower. Because just like every other muscle in our bodies, our brains also become stronger the harder we exercise our cognitive skills and the more we use our memory.

(credit Rodrigo Iniguez Becerril) Bernard King in Casket

A Halloween Prank to Remember

When friends thought they were attending Bernard King's wake, they were actually in for a frightening surprise.

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Featured Content: 10 Tips for Senior Driving Safety

Older Americans are more active and independent than ever before, and driving can help maintain a sense of freedom and a better quality of life, but seniors are more vulnerable to road-related incidents, and should take additional precautions before getting behind the wheel.