Young people, video cameras, and nursing homes for the win! BY JACK YORK Lots of us have upsetting memories of our first childhood experiences visiting nursing homes. For me it
Pump up your workout with water BY SUSAN ADCOX Everyone vows to get fit at one time or another, but many must struggle to make it happen. There’s a simple
By Karen Rancourt, PhD | What to do if you or your spouse has a terminal illness and the two of you disagree on when to have the end-of-life “talk”
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A Relationship Survival Guide for the Sandwich Generation How to stay connected when you or your spouse are looking after elderly parents By Shela Dean Caregiving elderly parents
Riding the Age Wave: How Health Care Can Stay Afloat In an ancient Greek fable, Eos, the beautiful goddess of the dawn, falls deeply in love with the warrior Tithonus.
We all need a plan for long-term care You can call us baby boomers, but don’t call us seniors. Today’s grandparents are younger in mind, body and spirit than any
Will your parent’s dementia drive you crazy? By: Laurel Kennedy An excerpt from “The Daughter Trap: Taking Care of Mom and Dad…and You (St. Martin’s Press, 2010), by Laurel Kennedy