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From Neil Young to Shania Twain: Boomer Favorites Are Making a Comeback
1 year ago

From Neil Young to Shania Twain: Boomer Favorites Are Making a Comeback

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Original tunes and clever remakes are among the fruit of this fall’s musical harvest. Read More

How Grandparents Can Be Heroes to Traumatized Children
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How Grandparents Can Be Heroes to Traumatized Children

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“Kinship caregivers play a critical role in helping traumatized children to heal,” says Dr. Sarah Springer, Chair of the American Academy of Pediatrics, Council on Foster Care, Adoption and Kinship Care. Read More

4 Lessons for Older Adults from Hurricane Harvey
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4 Lessons for Older Adults from Hurricane Harvey

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It doesn’t matter if you live on the Gulf Coast of Texas, near the banks of the Elbe in Dresden, or on the fault line in Nepal… natural disasters can happen anytime, anywhere, to anyone. Read More

Dance Your Way to a Younger Brain
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Dance Your Way to a Younger Brain

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When it comes to aging, most of us don’t mind the process too much. We can embrace the changes in our bodies because we know the wisdom, life experiences, and general understanding of the world that we now possess are invaluable. Read More

Jerry Lewis, King of Comedy, Dies at 91
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Jerry Lewis, King of Comedy, Dies at 91

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We all know Jerry Lewis. He was the Nutty Professor, The Bellboy, the face of the MDA Telethon. But there was much more to the man with many voices, many personas, and many talents. Jerry Lewis was a man of many layers. Read More

Helen Mirren and Allure Magazine Reject “Anti-Aging” and Embrace Life
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Helen Mirren and Allure Magazine Reject “Anti-Aging” and Embrace Life

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The September 2017 issue of Allure is making headlines as Helen Mirren graces the cover with a gorgeous photo and an article titled “The End of Anti-Aging: Our Call to the Industry”. Read More

Oprah Winfrey is Coming to Dinner… Will You Join Her?
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Oprah Winfrey is Coming to Dinner… Will You Join Her?

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Oprah Winfrey, a name most associated with television, literature, philanthropy and dieting will be able to add “recipe developer” to her resume as “O, That’s Good”, her new brand of refrigerated comfort foods hit store shelves this week. Read More

World’s Oldest Man and Holocaust Survivor Passes Away at Age 113
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World’s Oldest Man and Holocaust Survivor Passes Away at Age 113

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Born in Poland in 1903, Yisrael Kristal was the only member of his immediate family to survive the Holocaust.  Read More

60-Year-Old Olympian Weight Lifter Smashes Goals and Lifts Hearts
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60-Year-Old Olympian Weight Lifter Smashes Goals and Lifts Hearts

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At the age of 60, Lou Murcado finds himself surpassing world records. On June 17, the 1984 Olympian determined to complete 51 triathlons in 51 days and Sunday he did just that. Read More

The New Loneliness Epidemic Is Worse than Obesity
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The New Loneliness Epidemic Is Worse than Obesity

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As we age, we become more and more aware of our health and what our bodies need for us to maintain a healthy lifestyle. We try to eat better. We try to exercise. We try to take our vitamins and drink more water. But could we be missing out on something that impacts our health even greater? Read More