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Ben Fourie, Charles Thompson, Philip Percival and Ernest Hemingway pose with three antelope skulls and one antelope skull while on safari at Keijunga Camp, Tanganyika

Please credit: "Photographer Unknown. Ernest Hemingway Papers. Photograph Collection. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston."

JFK Library hosts exhibit on the life and writings of Hemingway

Hemingway fans have an opportunity to get up close and personal at The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum (JFK) exhibit, Ernest Hemingway: Between Two Wars, which showcases the library’s Hemingway Collection.

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Elder care researcher shares her personal journey

Olson knew from her work how unreasonable the bureaucratic welfare system was, but it was much worse than she had imagined.

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Don’t get tripped up by life’s stumbling blocks

While obstacles can get in the way of pursuing your intended goals, if you’re resourceful, they can also present an opportunity to forge a new path, according to vocalist Lani Hall Alpert.

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Memoir highlights caregiver’s long-term health care challenges

Decades after screen star Bette Davis famously declared that “growing old is not for sissies,” Estelle Gross expanded on the woes of the ailing aged with her lament that people live too long and die too slowly.

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Social Security would fund mid-life education, suggests author

With nearly 10,000 people a day turning 60 and the widespread fear they’ll eventually bankrupt Social Security, at times it can feel the United States is inevitably headed for a battle between young and old over how federal government dollars are spent.

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Book demolishes myth that 50 is the new 30

Chapter by chapter, Jackson takes on topics about which much ink has been spilled since the first boomer qualified for a senior discount. These include menopause (a nightmare) and the related topic of sex after menopause (try sex toys); diet and exercise (essential), and how they might stave off age-related disease (along with MRIs, EKGs […]

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