About William Wells III

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William has written 182 articles so far, you can find them below.

Women and Heart Health

Elderly Heart Health Care Information Twin Cities MN
By Eunice K. Neubauer, CSA You have probably heard the stats on women and cardiovascular disease(CVD).    It is the number one leading cause of death in women in the U.S.  More women die from heart disease than men.  398,035 deaths in American women are caused by CVD each year and 53,140 women die each year […]
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AARP Book The Other Talk by Tim Prosch Elderly Care Education
The Other Talk: A Guide to Talking with Your Adult Children About the Rest of Your Life by Tim Prosch The Other Talk is written for those who want to have a guide for talking to their children about their last years. This is a subject people aren’t comfortable talking about…just as that talk with […]
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Caregiver Education Information Wear Comfortable Shoes Twin Cities MN
Wear Comfortable Shoes: Surviving and Thriving As a Caregiver By Peter W. Rosenberger As a caregiver himself, Peter Rosenberger in his book is equipping others to bring their “A-Game” to the brutal challenges of caregiving. Recognizing that most caregivers abruptly start their journey with little or no training- or warning, Peter offers “just in time” […]
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Gifting Your AARP Savings!

Boomerang Giving Pledge Information Twin Cities MN
By Chris and Laurie Kemp, CSAs When we reach age 50 many of us find ourselves in conflict about whether to join AARP and boldly ask for our discounts for dinners, gifts, travel etc. Most are still working and feel they don’t need the discounts, and maybe don’t want to admit they are over 50. […]
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Elderly Medical Care System Twin Cities MN
A Bitter Pill: How the Medical System is Failing the Elderly John Sloan, MD Recently Dr. Sloan spoke at the Fall Aging Conference in the Twin Cities. He has spent 30 years of his practice working with the frail elderly. He argues that our medical practices work well for younger people with single identifiable illness […]
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