The explosive nature of this year's presidential race is fitting for the last election in which baby boomers will be the biggest kid on the bloc.
It's one of the worst things the caregiver of a loved one with Alzheimer's can face.
Enjoy hearing from readers! This article is a result of one of those readers sending me an email expressing an interest in exercises for stretching neck muscles.
TAMPA — It was an early celebration of Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, for Holocaust survivors. White-haired revelers held hands and danced in a line, while others snacked on round challah loaves and apple slices dipped in honey.
Prologue: Enter two very different 70-year-olds — one, a veteran actor; the other, a novice playwright — who teamed up to turn her words, his direction and five amateur actors into a comedic theatrical production in Clearwater.
If you are already moving — swimming, jogging, dancing or anything else that has the potential for developing into an aerobic activity — keep it up! Some interesting studies give No. 1 "brain sharpener" status to aerobic exercise. Professor Donald Stuss, Ph.D., of the Ontario Brain Institute says, "The best …
Fall in Florida holds much promise. Cooler weather — eventually. New shows on TV — eventually. The end to the presidential election — eventually.
The trouble started in 2010 when Dennis Krupinski was just 53. A longtime employee in Walt Disney World's maintenance department, he started losing things and forgetting about tasks. He seemed distracted, confused.
On a humid July night, with the heat index tickling three digits, the vendors line up with their carts and trolleys.
Feel compelled to step on the scale, oftentimes daily? You are not alone. You have many scale-addicted buddies who share the same compulsion. Unfortunately, those daily weigh-ins can affect a person's temperament. People who are just beginning the weight-loss journey tend to become frustrated and unhappy with themselves …