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Different people thrive on different amounts of sleep. Research shows that we get the…Continue
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If you did not have an active social life in the early parts of your life, chances are that you will become even more socially withdrawn as you get older, and probably more inclined than ever to stay home alone.
But, did you know an active social life can help you to prevent some aging diseases?
Socializing ranks right up there with diet and exercise on the “aging” ladder of importance. Sometimes, when an individual retires or a spouse dies, friends withdraw simply…Continue
Added by Peter Fuller on August 22, 2010 at 7:00pm — No Comments
If your doctor suggests you give up driving at the age of 70 due to age and weakened motor skills, will you follow doctor's orders? More importantly, will that information be passed on to your state's Department of Motor Vehicles so they will know NOT to renew your license?
The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety believes all states should have medical advisory boards to…
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By Phyllis Goldberg, Ph.D. and Rosemary Lichtman, Ph.D.…Continue
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Killed in the Comfort Zone…Continue
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If you saw your friend’s husband kissing another woman, would you feel obligated to tell your friend? At midlife that's probably not a scenerio you'd expect to see but the truth of matter is, more and more older adults are becoming involved in extramarital affairs and more women are getting in the game.
22 percent of married men have strayed at…Continue
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This just in from Chris McLaughlin at SmartReal EstateNews.com :
Fannie Mae is launching a borrower-facing outreach site designed to educate distressed homeowners on potential retention strategies and foreclosure alternatives. The online education resource — available in…
Added by Al Kernek on August 9, 2010 at 2:59pm — No Comments
This year I made a decision not to have any more mammograms. There, I have said it out loud! I have
hated having my breasts squashed between two radioactive plates. On top of that, the people providing the
screening do not provide any prevention education – they are there to make a profit as a result of proving that they can find cancer. I have educated myself and put into practice what I have learnt, to minimise my risk of getting cancer.…
Last evening, discussion in a class I'm facilitating centered around our work lives (paid or volunteer). I told a story about a young man whose parents were determined he would be a dentist. He dutifully went through all the required years of training and eventually built a successful practice. The business supported his family well. But somewhere in midlife he realized he wasn't happy. After some soul searching he realized he longed to work outdoors. His weekend passion was designing his…Continue
Added by Lois Albrecht on August 9, 2010 at 8:50am — No Comments
As I listened to the playback of my BlogTalkRadio show which aired Friday, August 6th, with an amazing memory expert, Dave Farrow, I felt such a sense of gratitude for all the opportunities that have come my way this year. I've always lived my life with passion and purpose with all aspects of life, and during this time of transition, the attitude of living life abundantly serves me well. I share my passion of Kangen water through my business with Enagic USA and the rewards of seeing a new…Continue
I have been researching a little bit about sleep and sleep patterns. Trying to find that magic place where I have just enough sleep and wake up even more refreshed and full of energy. (A new pillow is part of
the journey as well!) While reading Breakthrough, by Suzanne Somers she mentioned that she consistently always sleeps 9 hours a night. WOW. That is a lot of sleep!
I found a small…Continue
Added by Kim Steadman on August 7, 2010 at 9:53am — No Comments
So, the other day we discovered an interesting blog about the Three Step Guide to Redefining Failure.
I am going to use the foundation of Laura’s article and apply it to my Nutrition journey..
Step One: Find the Opportunities
“In every failure lies numerous opportunities. Lessons learned, doorways opened, doorways closed (yes, sometimes a closed door can be one of the best opportunities). Find them, understand what they mean and
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