What Is the Green New Deal? A Climate Proposal, Explained Reposted from The New York Times Featured image:  Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York and Senator Edward J. Markey of

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Grandparents raising children for a second time, ‘grandfamilies’ struggle during the pandemic BY LATORIUS ADAMS, MHS Globally, grandparents often serve as surrogate parents for their grandchildren, usually in response to

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4 ways to foster intergenerational relationships Build memories from a young age. The presence of a grandparent in a young child’s life can provide a sense of stability, security, wisdom,

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Shown Here: Public Law No: 115-196 (07/07/2018) [115th Congress Public Law 196] [From the U.S. Government Publishing Office] [[Page 132 STAT. 1511]] Public Law 115-196 115th Congress An Act To

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On National Grandparents Day, we celebrate the important role grandparents play in providing love, wisdom, and strength to their families, and fostering greater understanding across generations.  Grandmas and grandpas, abuelas

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According to the New York Times on August 28th, The sweeping international effort to evacuate thousands of vulnerable Afghans and foreign nationals from Kabul’s airport neared completion on Saturday as

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Hey, how much is a non-fungible token in Bitcoin? By Deanna Shoss My dad was a great adman. In later years we talked shop, and he lamented industry trends like

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September’s Tablescape –  The African Queen BY PAT BURNS Some of us have been fortunate enough to visit Africa and experience wild animals roaming freely, its enormous vistas, picturesque plains,

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Looking To Achieve Purpose in Retirement? BY JANICE GARCIA In the Spring 2021 edition of Grand Magazine, the article ‘Purpose is Key to Successful Retirement’ focused on what makes for

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In praise of teachers and nurses BY JACK LEVINE Please make every effort to keep healthy and practice safety precautions. Prevention is truly the best medicine! This is especially true

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We have a good share of cold and wet weather in Finland, but this doesn’t mean we can’t do anything fun on a rainy day! There are plenty of things

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A Grand Looks Back – Do You Remember Your Grandparents? BY BOB CAIRNS While developing www.storiesbygrumps.com, a website suggesting that grandparents write stories for their grandkids, I found myself reflecting

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The 10 facts that prove we’re in a climate emergency from Wired.com/UK The publication of the sixth IPCC climate change report underlines the drastic – and in some cases irreversible

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Telebehavioral Health Works  BY TOM WATKINS Don’t toss what Covid proved worked, and worked well. It was once thought unacceptable to provide such a personal service as “talk therapy” over

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The COVID Blinders Could You Or Your Grandchild Have Fatty Liver Disease? If you are anything like me, COVID has affected the time spent with your grandchildren. My grandchildren live

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Billie the Octopus invites you to explore the wonders of the ocean, become aware of the threats to it, and how you can make a difference. Lotus wrote More Beautiful Than

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A Childhood Foretelling – Fighting Climate Change BY RICHARD EMORY, JR. At the sounding of the horn, some women—permanent residents of our little town—grabbed their sharpest knives and rushed out

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Here’s How To Take Care of Your Grandparents In The Pandemic Times The pandemic has been hard. Be it children, working youngsters, or the elderly – everyone in a family

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This Grandma Never Thought She’d Be Firing A Gun! BY KAREN L. RANCOURT A few weeks ago, there I was, a 78-year-old, politically-leaning-to-the-left grandmother, pointing a gun while yelling, “Down

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BY PAT HANSON “Usta” is a phrase we seniors can’t escape… Like “would’ve” and “should’ve” and “would’ve” statements that are useless after the fact; knowing that language can influence the

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