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Confessions of a Facebook junky: Embracing my inner coolness

Just as we “oldsters” have a proclivity for just about anything geared toward our kids it was just a matter of time before we “stole” Facebook for our own use.

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Can working really keep dementia at bay?

As a member of the working class I was happy to learn that my choice could be strengthening my mental health.

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Are advertisers finally discovering our sweet spot?

Our 78 million demographic is worth its weight in gold: $15 trillion in global buying power by the end of this decade.

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Who will take care of me when I get old?

My husband, David, and I are family caregivers, providing support to his elderly parents. We wholeheartedly embrace the task because these are kind, loving people who have done so much for the family.

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Resolutions: Baby steps required for success

I’m as guilty as the next person when it comes to breaking New Year’s resolutions. It usually takes a few months to begin slacking off. By the end of the year, exercise and diet take a back seat to holiday gluttony.

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Happy 61 anniversary to an inspirational couple

“It was supposed to be platonic but I didn’t know how to spell it,” my father-in-law, Ed “Bud” Budnik, joked when he was asked about the day he met my mother-in-law, Marilyn.

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