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Laughter Acts As A Stress Buffer: Even Smiling Helps Trump Risks Future Of Social Security The New Normal in a Post-Vaccine World Cognitive Functioning: Boomers Show Concerning Decline 12 Lifestyle Changes Could Delay, Prevent Dementia Blood Test For Alzheimer’s Disease A Step Closer Marriage: How Do You Celebrate 40 Years of Everything? Happiness, what
 
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Laughter Acts As A Stress Buffer: Even Smiling Helps

People who laugh frequently in their everyday lives may be better equipped to deal with stressful events, although this does not seem to apply to the intensity of laughter.

Trump

Trump Risks Future Of Social Security & Medicare

President Donald Trump on Saturday bypassed the nation’s lawmakers as he claimed the authority to defer payroll taxes and replace an expired unemployment benefit with a lower amount.

vaccine

The New Normal in a Post-Vaccine World

Imagine this scenario, perhaps a year or two in the future: An effective COVID-19 vaccine is routinely available and the world is moving forward. Life, however, will likely never be the same, particularly for people over 60.

cognitive

Cognitive Functioning: Boomers Show Concerning Decline

In a reversal of trends, American baby boomers scored lower on a test of cognitive functioning than did members of previous generations.

40 percent

12 Lifestyle Changes Could Delay, Prevent Dementia

Modifying 12 risk factors over a lifetime could delay or prevent 40 percent of dementia cases, according to an updated report.

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Blood Test For Alzheimer’s Disease A Step Closer

An experimental blood test was highly accurate at distinguishing people with Alzheimer’s disease from those without it in several studies, boosting hopes that there soon may be a simple way to help diagnose this most common form of dementia.

marriage

Marriage: How Do You Celebrate 40 Years of Everything?

Randy and I didn’t expect to have our big anniversary during a pandemic. But here we are and we’re adjusting.

happiness

Happiness, what’s love got to do with it?

How accurate was William Shakespeare when he said, “‘Tis better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all?”

Financial, Therapy, advice

Find Free, Solid Money Advice In Uncertain Times

12 August 2020

If you have money questions there are plenty of people willing to offer advice: friends, relatives and random strangers on the internet. 

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Retirement

Most Retirement Investors Should Stay The Course

11 August 2020

The roughly 20 percent surge in stocks since they cratered in March due to COVID economic closures has been called the rally that everyone loves to hate, as equities have climbed a wall of worry that the market could crash again.

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How Do You Know It’s OK to Go Into A Restaurant Or Store?

08 August 2020

Just because many businesses are open again doesn’t mean the pandemic is over. The coronavirus is still on the loose which means people have to make serious choices about their health all day, every day.

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Outdoor

Outdoor Dining Can Be Done Stylishly

07 August 2020

Squeezing the most out of summer, especially this coronavirus summer, has often meant eating and entertaining outside, for those with the space to do it.

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Stress During COVID: Older adults Are Resilient

04 August 2020

Older  adults say they’ve been through worse, but many are feeling the stress of COVID-19 and prolonged social distancing measures.

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Pandemic

Pandemic: Avoiding Care Could Mean Life Or Death

03 August 2020

These days, Los Angeles acting teacher Deryn Warren balances her pain with her fear. She’s a bladder cancer patient who broke her wrist in November.

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