Paying for Your Medical Expenses

Paying for Your Medical Expenses

It’s a fact: medical expenses can be huge, and paying for your medical expenses can be challenging. As you become older, your body begins to wear and tear, leaving you with more time at the doctor’s office. All of this time at the doctor’s office can leave you with looming larger medical expenses. Paying for quality care can be very cumbersome if you don’t have long term care insurance. Read more

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Guest Post Guidelines

Ovid’s senior resources is a community for seniors. Thousands of people read our content. If you’re a great writer and have something relevant to say, we’d love for you to be next! First, let’s make sure that we’re a good fit for each other. Here are some guidelines that we have developed after talking with our most successful contributors. When you submit an article to Senior Resources, you agree to the following:

  • Topics that resonate well with our audience include retirement, finances, travel, money, grandchildren and friendship.
  • We prefer evergreen articles that contain practical tips. Our readers respond especially well to “how-to” content with specific advice and tips
  • Guest posts must be original and may not have been previously published on any site.
  • We only accept posts that are over 1000 words long.
  • All content must be your own work and any references must be appropriately cited.
  • Any links will be reviewed by Ovid and must be relevant. You may include 1-2 contextually relevant affiliate links, which must be approved by Ovid.
  • Include a short (50 word or less) bio with a link back to your website at the end of the article.
  • Ovid reserves the right to include its own links or ads in any submitted articles.
  • You will not receive any compensation for your submission.
  • You agree that you are not an employee of Ovid Corp.
  • Ovid reserves the right to remove any guest post with or without a reason.
  • All guest posts will be edited by Ovid staff before posting. We are not able to provide the article for your review after our edits.
  • Ovid reserves the right to reject any article that it feels is not a good fit for the site.

By submitting a guest post to Ovid, you agree that you have read this agreement and agree to be bound by it.

Well that’s all the boring stuff! Now onto the fun part! Our community is looking forward to hearing from you! If you feel like we may be a good fit, please reach out and let’s start a conversation.

When you apply for guest blogging opportunities with Ovid Senior Resources, please email friend (at) ovidlife.com with the following information:

  • Include “Ovid Guest Blogging” in the subject line of your email
  • Your name and email
  • Link to your website / blog
  • Your area of expertise
  • Confirmation that you have read the terms on this page and agree to them

Thank you! We look forward to hearing from you!


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Longevity Trends and Life Expectancy Calculators

You have probably heard it before, Americans are living longer than any previous generation — a lot longer.

Longevity Trends

The average life expectancy for a 65-year-old American is 17.7 years for a male and 20.3 years for a female. That means that — according to the Social Security Administration — the average 65 year old man will live until almost 83 and the average woman will live until over 85. But at least half of us will live even longer — a lot longer.

And there is a twist,  the longer we live, the longer we will live.  A longer life begets an even longer life.  While, a 65-year-old American man can expect to live to almost 83, an  85 year old man can expect to live past 90 — on average.

And further good news is that we are living healthier and more robust lives.  “Old” people now feel younger and more vital.  We are doing more at older ages.

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