Check out the January 2011 issue of the AIPatHome Bulletin:
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What does it take?
Sit-ins in the sixties were seen by the Establishment as aggressive. Causing public anxiety and consternation. Their world threatened. Hopes, dreams and accomplishments called into question. As with the Butterfly, small wings of discontent stirred up a tempest. Ultimately, it was overreaction which caused bodily harm and death. But there was change. In government, in cultural affairs, in individuals. We can pursue our crusade. We can beat our wings. There can be…Continue
Added by TB Fisher on January 24, 2011 at 10:40am — No Comments
Is your loved one experiencing diminished driving skills? Are they becoming lost in familiar places, bumping into curbs, mailboxes or scraping the sides of the garage when they back out? Have they been involved in a minor parking lot fender-bender or do they complain about being honked at?
Added by Matt Gurwell on January 23, 2011 at 7:10pm — No Comments
I facilitated a workshop last week and I can conclude that this was the theme of the day – being financially and emotionally stuck, as an entrepreneur!” It never fails that when you get a group of solopreneurs into one room, everyone has the same thing on their mind – how do I find new clients and make more money?
I have the simple answer to that – get out of your own way! Whether it is because of your poor work habits, your…Continue
Added by Pat Mussieux on January 19, 2011 at 12:25am — No Comments
By Rosemary Lichtman, Ph.D. and Phyllis Goldberg, Ph.D.
Winter weather, for most in the Northern Hemisphere, is cold, dark and dreary - with little chance of a break for several months. The transition back from the holiday season with its increased activity and social engagement - parties, gift giving, family time, vacations - can be an emotional letdown, bringing on the January blues. For some 10% of Americans, depression is exacerbated by "SAD," Seasonal Affective Disorder,…Continue
Added by Sandwiched Boomers on January 17, 2011 at 10:28pm — No Comments
Remember 2007? It was only 36 months ago but my how things have changed.
There are certainly some Boomers who are part of the early adopter/cutting edge cohort but I suspect that most of us have a "wait-and-see" attitude or simply cower in technophobia. It seems like the pace of change in the world of technology and social communities has accelerated to the level of every day rather than every week, month or year.
Here's a visually useful comparison of how…Continue
Added by Brindle Media on January 14, 2011 at 9:04am — No Comments
For many of us Baby Boomers it's time for a clean start. We just changed our oil and did a tune up on our bodies, rotated our tires, and updated our wills. I do believe we go through stages in our lives that are very natural. We have gone past our childhood years, our young adult years (remember when our skin didn't sag?), and we sailed through our 40′s.
We got married and raised our families. Those who didn't marry or have children probably married a career. Now, the off spring are…Continue
Added by Phil McMillan on January 13, 2011 at 7:33pm — No Comments
As 2011 has arrived, so has the arrival of the oldest baby boomer into retirement, that being age 65. As baby boomers are considered the driving force within the current state of the economy due to longevity in their careers, retirement planning, and overall better health and vitality, they are not ready to hang up their hats into retiring from life, just yet. They have accomplished their careers, discovered that their personal and professional life experiences are still of value to others,…Continue
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It's amazing how often I hear about someone taking a prescription drug for one symptom or another. It is not uncommon for that same person to not only be on one prescription but two or three. In fact, it is very common for senior citizens to be taking six, seven or more more prescriptions for various symptoms they suffer with.
Unfortunately, what they don't realize is that it is usually those same prescriptions that cause other symptoms for which they are prescribed more prescription…Continue
Added by Dr. Carlos M. Gonzalez on January 8, 2011 at 9:17am — No Comments
Life is full of surprises, isn’t it? One day I looked in the mirror and saw a young mother of two, and then before I could count the gray hairs, the kids were grown and I had to squint to see myself in the mirror.…Continue
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One day they are crawling, the next day they are driving and then suddenly they aren’t kids anymore. As children reach adulthood, the parent-child relationship changes as parents learn to adapt to newly independent children.
What will I do with out that free time that I used to use “being a mom”?
Empty Nest Syndrome
Added by Barbara Harnsberger on January 4, 2011 at 3:15pm — No Comments
The findings contained in our 20 page Secrets to Selling to Seniors on The Web white paper are based 5 years of research and usability testing with boomer and senior customers of The CareGiver PartnershipContinue
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Heavily used preservatives in the cosmetic industry; used in an estimated 13,200 cosmetic and skin care products.
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