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Are you one of those people who love everything about the holidays? You know, all the shopping, the baking, the gatherings and the extra hustle bustle? Is that how Mom was when you were growing up? Did Dad love to prepare the fireplace and have garland around the front door? Just because they have gotten […]Read More . . .
For most seniors, the holidays can be a joyful time. There are religious services and cultural events, the grandchildren or great-grandchildren’s school holiday performances, and parties with friends and family to attend. Also family and friends stop by to visit mom and dad in their home. But what happens once the holidays are over and […]Read More . . .
July 4th is a huge day for celebration as we honor and celebrate our nations birthday. During this day of 1,440 minutes please take time to honor and celebrate those heroes of the military. To those men and women that have given of their time, their talents and some, their lives so that we could […]Read More . . .
In a study conducted by the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Services, researchers concluded that more than 10% of aging adults are malnourished, meaning their daily diet lacks the proper servings of fiber, potassium, magnesium, Vitamin D and B 12 as well as calcium.Read More . . .
Depending on individual religious beliefs and spirituality, the majority of us understand the circle of life and we grow up accepting that all lives end. But later in life, this understanding may take on a completely different meaning.Read More . . .