Grandparents Day And The Delivery Of A New Grandchild! By Pat Manfrede I just became a grandmother on the day after my 54th birthday.  It was the most amazing feeling.

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It’s Not (just) About the Money, Money, Money For today’s grandparents, legacy is not only what you leave behind. It’s also a reflection of how you live today. By Elyse

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By Grandfather, Dennis MillerAre annuities the greatest thing since sliced bread? Well, no, but they do make sense for some investors as part of their portfolio. However, we have to

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By Dennis Miller Many grandparents are afraid they simply won’t be able to retire – or stay retired – when and how they planned. We can talk about retiring later,

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By Ranny Levy, Founder and President of Kids First! Star Trek into Darkness is the second movie based on the original TV series and, for those of us who grew

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  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

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by Sue Gillespie (Grandma Sue) Carolyn was just a toddler and I had to take her temperature…rectally. When her dad came home from work, she announced to him, “I’m as sick

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By Lynn Keehan, Ph.D Diagnoses of ADD/ADHD has dramatically increased in recent years, and now many doctors are not only prescribing the usual drugs (Adderall, Concerta, Ritalin, Strattera), but have

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By Jack Levine   Investing in Children David Lawrence Jr. The Children’s Movement of Florida is a coalition of 325,000 Floridians dedicated to ensuring that children become the number-one priority

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By Charlie Palmer – AKA Paw Paw When I read this article today all I could think about was; what if that was my wife, my daughter, my granddaughter?  Isn’t

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by Sue Gillespie (Grandma Sue) My 4 year old, Carolyn, was just getting the hang of various measurements. She walked up to grandpa with a tape measure.  She stretched it

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(Editor’s Note:  Most always we are so in love with our grand kids that we overlook many behaviors that may seem a little strange to us, but rudeness is not

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by Sue Gillespie (Grandma Sue) When it comes to your own body, you are often the best person to know what you need.  A very wise doctor said, “If you

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  by Sue Gillespie (Grandma Sue) I met with a patient that had lots of lower back pain.  Her upper torso was stiff as she moved, instead of being able

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by Sue Gillespie (Grandma Sue) “With everything that has happened to you, you can either feel sorry for yourself or treat what has happened as a gift. Everything is either

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by Sue Gillespie (Grandma Sue) Victim thinking is a learned trait. It usually starts in childhood, but it can easily continue on and become a habit even if there is no

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 By Jack Levine In celebration of Martin Luther King Day, I’m pleased to share this very special memory. It was late August, 1963. I was 12. I remember my father calling me

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PTC Joins Call for Oxygen to Cease Development of All My Babies’ Mamas By:  Tim Winter, President of Parents Television Council Every time we think that the television industry couldn’t

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By Andrea Woroch Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know the so-called “fiscal cliff” negotiations are not going well. In anticipation of the possible plunge, consumer confidence plummeted

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Editor’s Note: If you didn’t already see it, an interview with Jack was featured on the front page of the Orlando Sentinel recently. Of course, we’re proud of Jack for

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