The bottom line on colon cancer

The bottom line on colon cancer…Colon cancer kills 50,000 Americans per year – that’s 1 out of every 23 people. Which is stupid because colon cancer is very curable when detected early. Regular routine screenings reduce your risk of late-stage diagnosis. You know the old saying; an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. […]

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Is it Winter Blues or Something Else?

Feeling a little down and tired these days? Wondering if it’s post-holiday blues or the winter-time blahs? Perhaps you’re one of the hundreds experiencing fatigue, irritability, and disrupted sleep in the dark days of winter. Cloudy days and long dark nights mess with our body’s circadian rhythms causing interrupted sleep. Sleep deprivation is dangerous for all […]

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5 Positive Reasons for Moving During the Holidays

Five Positive Reasons for Moving During the Holidays It’s common for families to “wait until after the holidays” to move their elderly loved one to assisted or supportive living. They say, “I just want mom to have one more holiday in her home.” I get it, there’s an overwhelming emotional attachment to the idea of home-for-the-holidays. […]

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3 Ways to Get Value From Reminiscing

3 Ways To Get Value From Reminiscing Do you know why older adults tell the same stories over and over? Because it’s how they make meaning of their lives. Reflection on their life events affirms that their life has been worthwhile The life review process is an important part of healthy aging, psychologically and spiritually. If your loved […]

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