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What’s Love Got To Do With It (Aging That Is)

By Susan Williams Some time ago, we published a post about a small Italian village and whether they had the secret to longevity. In this village, 1 out of 10 of the residents were over 100 years old. Diet and lifestyle most definitely played a role in this phenomenon...

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All I Want For Christmas Is For No One To Be Lonely

By Susan Williams As I begin preparations for the upcoming holiday season, I can’t help but get excited. My kids will be home for the holidays, we have a number of parties and get togethers lined up with friends and just going outside and seeing the Christmas lights lifts...

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Inter-Generational Travel – Creating Memories For Life

By Susan Williams Just returned from a wonderful multi-generation family vacation. Along with seeing some great sights and getting some wonderful memories there were a few things that I learned in the process. If you’re thinking about taking this type of trip, these tips may help.

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Loneliness and It’s Toll On Positive Aging

By Susan Williams I don’t know of anyone who wants to be lonely. But sadly, many people are. Research from the AARP discovered that approximately 1 in 3 adults aged 45 and over are lonely.  And in the UK, the issue of loneliness has become so concerning that they even...

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Marriage – The Second Time Around

By Stacy Yanchuk Oleksy Ah marriage! It’s what many of us expected to take part in when we were younger. That’s what you did – you fell in love, got married, had a family and then grew old together. Unfortunately the best laid plans don’t always play out the...

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End of Life Conversations – A Tough But Necessary Discussion

By Susan Williams Sometime back I happened to read a tweet that said “How Doctor’s Die; It’s Not Like the Rest of Us But Should Be.” The topic caught my eye and had a link to an article in the Journal of Medicine. When I clicked on the link...

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