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reducing the risk for osteoporosis

Since I follow an exercise routine that incorporates...


boomers in the outdoors

The old cliché of being sedentary after 50 has been changed.

 
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feel the breeze in an open-air structure

Homeowners with a little extra cash to spend are taking the comforts of home...


unwanted visitors

Even the most hospitable person doesn’t want to open their home to guests...

     
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make room for angela cartwright

I’m talking to Angela Cartwright, who is at her home in California and taking delight in the hustle and bustle going on around her.


florence larue and the dimension of her life

Lead female vocalist and the only original member to continue through 5th Dimension's nearly 50-year history.

 
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thinking about long-term care insurance?

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


gifting inter vivos

It is a good idea to consider the tax implications of gifting assets as part of estate planning.

     

the most important things to know about healthy aging

Exercise and diet are important...

 

engage as you age

Tips to happily retiring as a couple.

 
     

she still supports the call to service

Audrey Bergstresser knew that serving her country would be a given. It was one that took her to the Vietnam War.

     

trip of a lifetime - bella italia

It was the trip of a lifetime. Literally. My mother always dreamed of going to Italy. Both her parents were born there and had emigrated to the United States before she was born. However, my mother is a nervous flyer and she talked herself out of the trip dozens of times.

     

give up gluten, but not all grains

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

     

professional techniques help family caregivers

Family caregiving for people with memory loss offers challenges.

 

safe at home

As the baby boomers age, so do their parents.

     

a place to share their passion for cars

Carlisle Events has become a mecca for auto enthusiasts and their families. Mike Garland estimates that the annual events pump $100 million into the area’s economy.

     

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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