A Halloween Story – Contemplating the Supernatural By Sherrill Pool Elizondo It’s almost Halloween and I am once more contemplating the supernatural. I have always been curious yet skeptical of what

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BY JOYCE GILLIS – WHATHAPPENSATGRANDMAS.COM “Halloweenies” defined: quick, easy-to-make decorative bursts of the spooky season! Everybody’s looking for these this time of year because there’s not a moment to spare. Why waste

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Jewish people around the world will celebrate Yom Kippur this week. What is Yom Kippur? Yom Kippur falls on the tenth day of Tishrei, the seventh Jewish month, and is

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Old Mother Ivy By Sherrill Pool Elizondo In 1974, when I was a very young mother with just one child, my husband and I moved from Austin to Houston shortly after

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Exxon’s Own Research Confirmed Fossil Fuels’ Role in Global Warming Decades Ago Top executives were warned of possible catastrophe from greenhouse effect, then led efforts to block solutions. By Neela

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Confitex, the world’s first, non-disposable, stylish incontinence underwear is set to be a game-changer for the one-in-three women that suffer from bladder leakage. Until now, women had to make do

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Against Childhood Obesity, Fighting Fat In Kids  One potato, two potato, three potato, four. Kids won’t live as long as their parents did before. This lighthearted chant conveys a serious

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By Emer Martin RESIST What have we done? We fear a ludicrous man— a liar barking insults deafening dreams, his tiny heart squeezed dry, a blind crafty rat stumbling a maze

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By Karen L. Rancourt, PhD  |  Next time you feel compelled to give a little parenting advice to your adult child or her/his spouse, remembering three little words can make

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Recently, GRAND Magazine had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Rick Phillips, Ph.D. founder of The Digital Middle Age.     GRANDMagazine:  Dr. Phillips please tell us about The Digital Middle Age.

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My GRANDbaby: Summer In Full Bloom BY CHERYL HARBOUR What a great time to be alive! Babies experiencing spring and summer for the first time are lucky, indeed, because the

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2016 Best Books for New Grandparents To help us make our selections for this year’s recognition of the 13 Best Books for New Grandparents, we asked fellow members of the

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You Can Do More Than Pray for Orlando A host of organizations have stepped up to help following the mass shooting on Sunday morning, in which a gunman killed 49

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BY JONATHAN MICOCCI In March, 2016, GRAND was privileged to speak with Phil Harvey, granddad of three, American entrepreneur and change agent in the global effort to reduce poverty. Simply

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Elon Musk says “If we don’t find a solution to burning oil for transport, when we then run out of oil, the economy will collapse and society will come to

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Joel Peterson and Diana Peterson: How they navigate having seven children and twenty-two grandchildren “Success is the legacy you leave. It’s the traces that you leave for good, and in

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By Michael Hecht, O.D., Medical Director of Premier Eye Care Vision problems and medical eye conditions often can come with age. And this is a growing problem due to the aging

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BY ROBIN GANZERT The special needs of veterans For this column, I want to talk about a group of people we are championing—and I know there are thousands, if not

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BY SHELA DEAN It’s true with lots of things – Marriage: Use it or Lose it My married friends keep a joint journal. They each write about everyday things and

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BY GEORGENA EGGLESTON If you ask people who have lost a loved one what they want the most, the answer is usually for the pain to go away. Unfortunately, grief

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