By Susan “Honey” Good How we try and survive the “youth game” “Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all?” Millions of us run to a plastic

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I’ve Got A New Drug Dealer And I’m Feeling Fine By Christine Crosby, Editorial Director – GRAND Magazine Can one live a truly GRAND Life while having one’s marrow sucked out

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Sponsored Post:  When our joints are healthy and flexible, we are better able to enjoy our favorite activities. Here are some simple ways to support the health of your joints!

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  5 Hidden Behaviors that Undermine Your Child’s Commitment to Health 1. Following diet trends like Juicing, Paleo, Low Carb, etc. It doesn’t matter what health trend you are referring to, the

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Stop With The Organ Recitals… By Gene Morin It is like the disease of nonstop texting. It happens slowly, creeping in like a thief in the night. Two seniors run

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5 Tips To Fire Up Your Sex Life The trouble with being an adult is that we don’t make time for games any more. How often do you get to

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Would you invest money in a product that can help you live longer? Two recently published studies may help answer that question for you. Cognitive Decline A recent study[1] published

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By “Honey” Good 7 “Honey Good” Beauty Principles According to Honey Good, a vibrantly beautiful GRANDmom, and founder/blogger of HoneyGood.com ,“Comparison is the thief of joy.” She reminds us to

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Beware of beauty product scams!  We are all vulnerable to being tricked, but somehow when it comes to products that promise to make us look young and beautiful, we close

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BY KENT RUNYON The FDA recently approved the prescription painkiller OxyContin for use by adolescents as young as 11, but there are several things you should know. Prescription drug abuse

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“Our grandkids deserve more from us than just hugs. They deserve to benefit from our wisdom and experience, and that requires us to be ourselves.” BY MARGARET MANNING I’m not

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By Maddy Dychtwald It is the year 2025 and it seems like a miracle reminiscent of John F. Kennedy’s moonshot. A multi-modality cure for Alzheimer’s disease was recently discovered, fast-tracked

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BY PAULA MUNIER If you’re sitting down when you read this, stand up. Your body—and your loved ones—will thank you for it. Sitting disease—a term coined to describe our increasingly

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BY THOMAS HOLL  Yes, you can spark new brain cells! The spontaneous growth of new brain cells can occur at any point in your life. It’s specifically spurred by a number

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By Bruce S. Rabin, MD, PhD The advantages of staying healthy, getting older, and then dying quickly reflect personal and societal good. Personally, health is associated with happiness and joy;

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BY JANET F. ROSENWZEIG PH.D. There is sex in your house. You can’t pretend there isn’t. Actually, you can, but your [grand]kids will know that’s what you’re doing, and that

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By Susan Levy Death of a loved one is high on everyone’s list for tremendous stress.  How do we mend that broken heart?  And, as friends and family, how can

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College Students and Health Care Coverage:  Know Your Options By Hector De La Torre, Executive Director, Transamerica Center for Health Studies  As another school year gets under way, college students

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By Karen L. Rancourt, PHD   “I have an idea for our next road trip.” says six-year-old Mickey to his grandparents. “Let’s go to LEGOLAND®!” More and more grandparents are

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By Susan Levy As a grandmother, it would be easy to let my practice of eating a Mediterranean based diet slip momentarily when the grandchildren come to visit. Then I

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