By Ross Blair, senior vice president, eHealthMedicare.com
Medicare’s annual enrollment period is still about six months away, but contentious budget talks and the implementation of health care reform may already have you scratching your head when it comes to Medicare.
Health reform brings with it some important changes, and as Congress [...]
By Mary Bennett
As I walked to the steps and began to go up, I paused. I was not sure what to expect. Hopefully Isis, the eighteen year old cat would be sitting at the door waiting for me, or rather Zara, Tim and Jon. My dynamic trio, as I refer to them, are my [...]
By Mark Stubis, American Humane Assocation
Following the apparent bombings during the Boston Marathon today, American Humane Association issued these tips for parents, grandparents and other caregivers to help children cope with the fear and uncertainty caused by this tragedy:
Keep an eye on children’s emotional reactions. Talk to children [...]
’42′ Inspirational, Educational and Humorous Story of An American Legend that Grandparents & Grandkids Will Love!
By Ranny Levy, President/Founder of KIDS FIRST! – www.kidsfirst.org
Out in theaters on April 12 is the inspirational story of an American Legend, Jackie Robinson. Those of us who are old enough to remember the civil rights [...]
Dating after divorce is tough, but being in the dark about a relationship is even more difficult. Let’s help one gramma see the light.
Dear Gramma Good,
I’m a 46-year-old, divorced mother of three grown children and grandmother to four grandkids. I have been divorced for 22 years now, and haven’t had a date [...]
Submitted by Ann Schmidt, Bethesda, MD
A woman in a supermarket is following a grandfather and his badly behaved 3-year-old grandson. It’s obvious to her that he has his hands full with the child screaming for candy in the candy aisle, cookies in the cookie aisle and for fruit, cereal and soda in the other [...]