Slip and fall accidents can happen to anyone, anywhere, at any time. Whether it’s a wet floor at the grocery store or a poorly maintained sidewalk, these accidents can lead

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This disease impacts 3.3 million people – are you one of them?  This past May was Celiac Disease Awareness Month, a time to increase awareness of the digestive and autoimmune

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Jones vs Tyson: Boxing’s Seniors Tour “Mike Tyson 2019 by Glenn Francis” by Toglenn is licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0 The two fellows who will step into the boxing ring

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Valuing Vaccines Across Generations BY DONNA BUTTS AND JAIA PETERSON LENT “When you live through things like that, you say, ‘We got to do what we can to keep our

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Too Small to Fail By Nicholas Kristof First, a quiz: What’s the most common “vegetable” eaten by American toddlers? Answer: The French fry. The same study that unearthed that nutritional tragedy also

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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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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

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