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Inside The Crazy, Mixed-up World of Retirement Sicily Mixes Nature, History and Culture With The Unexpected Five Things to Remember During The Holidays Making Memories With The Family at Hershey’s Chocolate World End-of Life Planning: Make it Simple For Loved Ones Sugar Plantations Are Gone, But St. Kitts a Sweet Spot to Visit Researchers on The Case: What turns on a turkey? 5 Tips to Ensure Healthy, Vital Aging
 
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Inside The Crazy, Mixed-up World of Retirement

Life is backwards these days. In what seemed like seconds, I went from many years of my husband Randy away on business to the kids gone and Randy home.

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Sicily Mixes Nature, History and Culture With The Unexpected

Residents of the triangular-shaped Italian island exhibit a friendliness and self-deprecating humor that make them one reason to visit.

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Five Things to Remember During The Holidays

You can’t rid yourself of all negative thoughts. Instead, consider changing your response to them.

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Making Memories With The Family at Hershey’s Chocolate World

One of the greatest satisfactions of my parenting has been that my sons, 3 ½ years apart in age, grew up as friends. As adults, they remain close.

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End-of Life Planning: Make it Simple For Loved Ones

While we don’t like to dwell on death, it’s a fact that we’re all going to pass at some point.

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Sugar Plantations Are Gone, But St. Kitts a Sweet Spot to Visit

When Christopher Columbus sighted two small, adjacent islands during his second voyage to the New World in 1493, he named the larger of the two St. Christopher, now St. Kitts.

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Researchers on The Case: What turns on a turkey?

Did you ever wonder about the male turkey’s sexual appetite? Me either. But evidently, some scientists did.

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5 Tips to Ensure Healthy, Vital Aging

Anti-aging has become a phenomenon: anti-aging skin care, anti-aging medicine, anti-aging diet and supplement plans. Are we to assume aging is a bad thing?

Who was supposed to be watching grandma?

19 November 2010

By Cathleen Summers For family caregivers the added stress of the holidays with decorating, shopping, parties and keeping up with all the family traditions is an overwhelming quest. Feelings of isolation, depression and sadness come with this added stress. There are millions of Americans who are caring for elderly, frail loved ones and most of […]

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Estate tax planning important, but there is a bigger picture

19 November 2010

By Linda T. Cammuso As 2011 approaches, the estate planning world is holding its breath over the fate of the federal estate tax. If Congress does nothing before the end of 2010, the Federal estate tax “credit” or “exemption” will return to $1 million, a number we have not seen since 2003. This means that […]

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Safety tips to prepare for a senior move in

19 November 2010

By Angela Rocheleau Many families are consolidating living spaces this season by moving senior members into their homes. For some families this may be an arrangement just for the holidays. Nevertheless, families need to know how to best prepare for the transition. Here are three important safety tips to keep in mind. 1: Bathrooms, the […]

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Protect your elderly parents from scammers

19 November 2010

By Micha Shalev Adult children and caregivers play an important role in helping older people avoid scams. Unfortunately, scammers often prey on lonely seniors looking for someone to talk to. Sit down and talk to your elderly parents. Remind them not to give out personal or financial information to a stranger — no matter how […]

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Innovative procedure can alleviate back pain

19 November 2010

By Denise Moore Spinal fractures probably aren’t one of the current “hot” health topics when having an annual physical. But for a growing number of older women, it should be. These common fractures can be disfiguring and the underlying cause of other health issues. Spinal fractures are the most common osteoporotic fracture; over 900,000 spinal […]

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Helping hands help veterans during this and every season

19 November 2010

By Attorney Tracey Ingle As we near the end of the year thoughts inevitably turn to the holidays and questions of how one can help the less fortunate. Most of us are aware that cash donations are always welcome; the donation of a used car can bring a great tax break. But with a tight […]

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