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Just Say No to the Ties That Bind

By Dave Price Some fashion experts claim the tie is the one accessory in the male wardrobe that expresses personality, character, and presumed position in authority. But at this point in my life I have chosen not to get tied down.

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Are You Aging Authentically?

By Susan Williams I have a confession to make. I am an occasional binge television watcher. My habit first began when I watched the series Breaking Bad. As each of the episodes came to an end, I always wondered what happened next and found the option of “watch next...

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Combating Loneliness in Aging – It Takes A Community

With loneliness being a major health issue that is only going to potentially escalate with the increasing numbers of people aging, communities need to play an active role in integrating older people into the life and support of the community.

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Finding Energy, Awareness, Focus and Wonder

By Iris Ruth Pastor Through circumstances not altogether pleasant I found myself in the waiting room of Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York City on Super Bowl weekend. Trying to distract myself from the myriad of tests my husband was having on his spine, I started reading the weekend...

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Why the Language We Use For Aging Matters

By Susan Williams A while back there was a media buzz around the fact that Allure Magazine was no longer going to use the term “anti-aging”. In their announcement about this change the magazine made an excellent point on why they made the shift – “language matters”. And it really...

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Why This Super Bowl Commercial Is No Laughing Matter

By Susan Williams An estimated 103.4 million people watched the Super Bowl this past weekend. Of course as much as people tune in to watch the game along with the half time show, the commercials are often some of the biggest points of discussion the next day. There was...

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