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pet ownership can yield surprising benefits

Owning a pet can liven up one’s life...

cardiovascular conditions: prevent and treat

Among the medical conditions more likely to occur as we age...

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from bedroom to boudoir: a guide for renewing your relationship

Has your bedroom lost its touch?

home remodels make room for new memories

It’s sometimes hard to consider saying goodbye to outdated...

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just groovin'

Felix Cavaliere recalls decades ago when his band, The Rascals...

finding out that laughter and love are the answers

He was one half of the Grammy-nominated England Dan (Seals) and John Ford Coley...

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protecting your pension

If your employer provides a traditional pension plan...

investing in a volatile market

Long-term care insurance is something that should be considered and managed...


keep tabs on your legacy with these social media gems

If you think joining Facebook and Twitter is going to endear you...


5 things on your resume that make you sound too old

The format and contents of your resume says a lot about your age.


stepping out in faith

CURE International - Local man follows his calling and accepts its challenges.


robert "gump" may

From the football field to the battlefield ... and back again.


route 66: the historic main street of america

The first week of 1981, at 20 years old, I loaded up my motorcycle and headed southwest.


give up gluten, but not all grains

Whether for medical reasons or by choice, consumer interest in gluten-free foods is on the rise.


should your aging parent come to live with you?

If you have a parent who lives alone, you may be concerned about...


dementia: by any other name ...

You walk into a room and forget why you went there, or you can’t remember someone’s name or phone number.


’50s-era cars spark two local car enthusiasts’ interest

The ’50s era appeals to people in a number of ways. It was the time of Elvis, sock hops, drive-ins, and now-classic TV shows such as Leave It to Beaver.


boomers give back

Baby boomer Mary Slegel can’t imagine her life without CASA. That’s because she’s spent the past 22 years of her life as a CASA volunteer.





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