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How can you tell if your new online connection is a criminal? Learn the red flags of a potential scam. This month also shares a healthy fun recipe- learn how to make your own pizza!

Crimes of the Heart: Online Romance Scams Inflict Devastation

By Kathy Stokes

Kathy Stokes is the Director of Fraud Prevention Programs, in the AARP National Office. As head of the AARP Fraud Watch Network, Kathy is responsible for educating older adults about protecting their assets from scams and fraud.

Pizza and Serving Sizes

The Works Pizza

Courtesy of Cooking Matters

Stokes, K. 2023, Healthy LIVING while aging! (2023-02), Extension | University of Nevada, Reno

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Using Extension's expertise, the Healthy Aging Initiative (HAI) can connect you with the resources you need to navigate aging and the aging trend. The HAI program offers classes for older adults and those who work with, support and serve as care partners for older adults. Classes include physical activity, nutrition, family and care partner violence, turning your hobby into a small income stream or volunteer opportunities. In addition, we offer information outlining careers in aging, professiona