Investing in your grandkids’ future starts in the kitchen BY WILLIAM “DR. BILL” SEARS, M.D. Grandchildren are some of life’s greatest treasures. Martha and I have 14 grandchildren. Like many

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Book Review By: GRAND Reader,  Nancy Pendelton  CREATING WHAT’S NEXT- Gracefully By Valerie Ramsey with Heather Hummel Her message is strong…..its a message we, as woman all know; just need a little

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Tried and True Tips for Enjoying a Less-Fattening Holiday  By Diana Zuckerman, PhD   The sights and smells of wonderful food can put your willpower to the test during the holidays.

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By Colleen Sell The Rochester Medical Center Division of Geriatrics and Aging recently identified the nature and causes of health problems afflicting and expected to afflict the aging population. 1.

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In her gorgeous coffee-table book, Grandmother Power: A Global Phenomenon, author Paola Gianturco uses evocative photographs and first-hand accounts to showcase a global movement of “activist grandmothers” who are making

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By:  Isabel De Los Rios, Nutritionist and Co-Founder of BeyondDiet.com   Getting children involved in making their own Halloween treats is one of the best ways to get children less interested in harmful packaged candies,

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By:  Brian Flora There is growing evidence that nutrition can play an important role in cancer prevention. Nutrition is strongly associated with a person’s risk for the occurrence or reoccurrence

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By:  Jan Wade-Miller Tis the season to be giving! Do you want to give gifts to special people in your life to show them how much you care? How about

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