Such is Life: I Hate Fresh Starts

I said to my husband, Bob, “I start so many new things without sticking with them.”

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Simple Aquatic Exercises for Boomers and Beyond

To most of us, the thought of staying fit while balancing the day’s activities and demands is a hefty undertaking, especially when you have ever-increasing daily aches and pains.

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Accelerated Resolution Therapy: Help for Prolonged Grief?

The days change when your spouse passes away. The grieving process following this loss doesn’t always move along on a prescribed timeline, as an estimated 10 million Americans suffer from “prolonged, complicated grief.”

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5 Tips for Safe Winter Driving

The 2018-19 winter has gotten off to a quick start for much of the United States. Stretches of cold temperatures and abundant frozen precipitation have already resulted in slippery driving conditions.

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Dear Pharmacist: 5 Supplements that Make You Look Younger than You Are

Maybe you thought beauty is only skin deep, but it’s not. A radiant, youthful-looking face is actually an inside job.

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Savvy Senior: How to Cope with Seasonal Affective Disorder

Dear Savvy Senior,

What can you tell me about seasonal affective disorder? I have always hated wintertime, but since I retired and am home a lot more, the dark and cold winter months make me depressed and lethargic.

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Advances in Treatment for Big Toe Arthritis Provide Pain Relief, Faster Recovery

The big toe plays a crucial role in standing, walking, and many other daily activities. It makes it possible for humans to walk and run upright, and it absorbs forces equal to nearly twice a person’s body weight when walking.

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COVER STORY: How Seniors Can Truly Benefit from Low-Impact Workouts

Activity is vital at any life stage. It helps children develop correctly, keeps adults healthy and reduces the impact of old age in seniors.

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Drug Coverage Expansion Would Cover 17,000 More Seniors

In late October, legislation to expand eligibility for the state’s PACENET prescription drug coverage program passed the House and Senate and is now awaiting the governor’s consideration.

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