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1. West Phoenix
2. Sun City
3. Sun City West
4. Glendale
5. Peoria
6. Surprise
7. Youngtown
8. Tolleson
9. Goodyear
10. Avondale
11. Buckeye
12. Litchfield Park 
13. Tonopah

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Caring for ill, elderly has reward — a longer life PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 24 June 2009 10:34

Caring for Elderly extends lifeAiding ailing family may reduce death risk and boost attitude, studies find

By Linda Carroll contributor

Boomers sandwiched between growing children and ailing aging parents often worry that the stress from all that caregiving might shave years off their lives. But it turns out that the opposite may be true — the nurturing they give may be repaid by a longer lifespan, a study shows.
Earlier studies found that people who had cared for sick relatives died at a younger age than people who didn’t help. But researchers from the University of Michigan suspected the caregiving wasn’t the problem.

Best Places to Be a Senior Citizen PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 24 June 2009 10:17

Longer life expectancies and declining birthrates mean the world is older and healthier than ever before. So where are the best countries to live out your sunset years? In this week’s List, FP brings you the top five. But be warned: Today’s paradise for seniors may become tomorrow’s purgatory.


Average life expectancy: 75.6
Population 65 and older: 6 percent

Why it’s great for seniors: Seniors older than 60 can expect great perks, including discounts of up to 100 percent at supermarkets, pharmacies, and restaurants, and on public transportation. The government also supports a lively social scene for seniors through its operation of almost 7,000 community centers and clubs throughout the country.


Eldery Benefits “Where To Start” PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 24 June 2009 10:11

Elderly BenefitsIt can be tough for today’s American elderly population, as the economy continues to weaken America’s elderly are faced with tough decisions regarding their future and immediate future which include making decisions about Elderly Benefits. They have to make tough choices about long-term care and health care. The government on the state and federal level seem to make information regarding its benefit programs not readily available and make the application processes very difficult for someone who is not elderly to apply for ,so imagine how hard and frustrating it can be for an elderly person. I believe that this is done on purpose for the reason the more red tape you have and less information, the less approved individuals you will have for the programs,meaning less government spending.


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