A Letter We Received From Our Residents

By Naomi | January 8, 2019
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Social Security Bringing Several Benefits Changes To You In 2019

By Barry | January 3, 2019

First, recipients will get a 2.8 percent cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) in monthly benefits beginning in January, 2019. The average individual retired Social Security beneficiary is expected to see…

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Senior Citizen Brains Grow As Many Cells As Younger People

By Barry | January 1, 2019

Senior citizen brains, specifically those of healthy seniors aged 70+, can generate as many brain cells, as younger people do, according to a new study.…

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4 Financial Considerations for Seniors After the Loss of a Spouse

By Judah | December 27, 2018

Special Thanks to Sara Bailey of for contributing this exclusive article for our readers! When you lose a spouse, money may very well be…

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Ditmas Digest

By Naomi | December 10, 2018

Click on the link below to read more! Ditmas Park Digest-December 2018 

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Study Shows that Listening to Music is Relaxing and Healing

By Judah | December 6, 2018

A fascinating study about the health benefits of music was the focus of an article published December 4, 2018, in Psychology Today. The study by…

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December Is Looking Good For Ditmas!

By Naomi | November 29, 2018

  Click on the link below to see more! December 2018 – Recreation Calendars

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Treating Cancer with Targeted Therapy

By Judah | November 29, 2018

  Targeted Therapy Targets the Changes in Cancer Cells that Help Cancer to Grow Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United…

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Leafy Greens, Berries and Orange Juice May Protect Against Memory Loss

By Judah | November 26, 2018

A study published November 21, 2018 in Neurology, the journal of the American Academy of Neurology, showed that men who ate generous amounts of leafy…

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How to Have a Safe and Happy Thanksgiving

By Judah | November 23, 2018

Salmonella Outbreak in Raw Turkey Meat It’s that happy Thanksgiving time of year again and here are some safety tips from the Centers for Disease…

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