5 Signs You Could be an “Extreme Bathroom Planner” By Teleflex Interventional Urology Have you avoided events and activities you enjoy because of urgent and frequent trips to the bathroom?
My Adorable Grandson: Max BY KATHERINE ARNUP, PH.D. I see Max every Tuesday night for supper. “Can we go to Patty’s?” he always asks as soon as he hops into
The following article comes from VerywellMind.com College and Teen Suicide Statistics By Jackie Burrell Information presented in this article may be triggering to some people. If you are having suicidal
Top Five Reasons to Choose Hospital at Home BY MONICA STYNCHULA, MSW, MPH I see five compelling reasons to use this new care model if it is offered to you
Grandparenting A Child With An Autism Spectrum Diagnosis BY MARIE F. CAHALANE, M.ED. Grandparenting is joyful and difficult work. As a grandmother, I walk on an imaginary tightrope, maintaining a
Yoga Pants, Masks, and Eyebrows BY PAT BURNS While waiting for COVID vaccine, even the smallest of things can help bring some joy. Being comfortable rises to the top of
What Grands Need to Know About Getting Medical Cannabis Treatment When I think about my grandparents in their elder years, I am struck by how they suffered needlessly. My mother’s
4 Fun Activities When You Are Recovering From An Injury As we grow older, we are more likely to injure ourselves over the smallest of things, as our body becomes
The Best Ways to Enjoy A Hemp Cigarette Hemp cigarettes are growing in popularity as a healthier alternative to tobacco. Apart from that, Hemp cigarettes are a great and enjoyable
Grandparenting during the Pandemic BY KEN CANFIELD, PH.D. Many grandparents have reported that the pandemic and social distancing from their grandkids, other family members, and friends, has been very difficult.
FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE: a pioneer of handwashing and hygiene for health BY RICHARD BATES This article first appeared on The Conversation (see below) Florence Nightingale was born in Florence, Italy on May
Coronavirus: Forcing Us to Rethink Things We Normally Take for Granted By Jeff Rubin For most human beings, the desire for companionship, engagement, and socialization is a fact of life.
By Carolyn Anderson, MD No matter when or whether you celebrate Thanksgiving, it is important to step back and be thankful on a daily basis. There are tangible emotional and
A 75-year-old meets CrossFit BY DICK PIROZZOLO “Seventy-year-olds shouldn’t do CrossFit,” a former Mr. Universe admonished, “No one your age should be flipping tractor tires!” Since joining CrossFit Launchpad last
Healthy knees, please! How to prevent and repair knee problems. BY CHERYL HARBOUR Keeping your joints healthy is absolutely essential if you’re going to stay active and enjoy life. Almost everyone
Seniors Look To CBD for Sleep Solutions We’ve all heard the jokes about how early grandparents tend to hit the hay. But the truth is, many go to bed so
The New Arthritis Treatment From An Old Herb Those of us who are near – or past – our half-century mark have lived to see a lot of remarkable changes
The wonder drug that’s free BY ROBIN SEATON-JEFFERSON Medicine is expensive. From family physician visits to consultations with specialists to prescription drugs, long life is a major investment. But what
Paula’s Choice – My New Beauty Secret We grand moms are always on the lookout for beauty products that really work, right? We’ve been around for a while now and
What I Learned from my gray hair experiment BY WENDY SCHUMAN Last spring, I decided it was time. I would no longer color my hair. I vowed that after my