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8 Things I Tell My Dog But Not My Husband

This article was written by: Ann Brenoff, HuffPost US, Senior Writer/Columnist, and shared on: The Huffington Post The standing joke in my family is that I love the dog most of all. I don’t actually

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‘Free’ DNA Testing Used to Scam Medicare Recipients

States sound alarm about fraudsters urging cancer screenings. This article was posted on AARP. Jerry Armstrong, an IBM retiree in mountain-fringed Sonora, Calif., got a phone call out of the blue. Did

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How to tell the difference between type 1 and type 2 diabetes in adults

This article was shared by Women Living With Diabetes A lot of times, I come across patients who have to use insulin and aren’t quite sure whether they have Type 1 or type 2 diabetes. I hope to be able

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“My dog ate my socks while climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro” (a wacky obituary)

Who’s going to fact check an obituary? That was the perspective of Norma R. Brewer when she penned her own obituary. You can’t blame her! The obituary claims the cause of the 83-year-old

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The older we are the happier we are?

There’s a lot of evidence proving that the older we get, the happier we get. *** this article was shared by NeuroGym Blog *** A Gallup telephone poll of 340,000 people across the nation showed that

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Healthy Springtime Produce Options for Caregivers and Seniors

10 Farmer’s Market Foods That Are Senior Approved Spring is finally in the air! If you’re like most people, you and your loved ones may have fallen off the health and nutrition bandwagon this winter.

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$1.2 Billion Medicare Fraud – Stay Alert!

This article was shared by Age Options As we have discussed in past Fraud Alerts, Durable Medical Equipment (DME) fraud is one the biggest scams we see in Illinois. Earlier this month, the Office of Inspector

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Can you boost your memory by walking backward?

Article originally posted on Harvard Health Publishing/Harvard Medical School. A study shows that moving in reverse may help with short-term memory. Lost your car keys? Instead of retracing your steps,

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Should You Quit Your Job to Care for Your Elderly Parent?

Article written by Carol Bradley Bursack, Minding Our Elders. Originally posted on Aging Care As parents age and need more assistance, most adult children do what they can to help. For many, the first

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The Autism Epidemic

The Autism Epidemic

This article was posted on natural-health-alternative.blogspot.com/ It used to be that autism spectrum disorder (ASD) used to be rare. Over the years, the number of children experiencing ASD has

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