Ken Barringer has spent his life serving others, in the Navy hospital corps caring for civilians after the Battle of Okinawa in World War II, ministering to a Methodist congregation for more than 20 years, teaching college students sociology and offering counseling as a clinical psychologist. So when the newly retired …
Grandparents buy children dolls, bake them cookies and take them to the zoo. But, increasingly, grandparents also babysit kids until they're old enough for day care, feed them dinner when their parents have to work late and spend a fortune on their college educations.
Do you lose energy and notice yourself fading by late afternoon? Add to that, perhaps, some tension from sore muscles? These issues often can be relieved by taking a time-out for some easy stretching exercises. Even 10 to 15 minutes of stretching can create a mental break and recharge your body. You might try making a …
It sounds like something from a sci-fi movie: a virus that lingers in your body, lurking within your nervous system until it one day emerges without warning, often as a cluster of nasty blisters and a world of pain.
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At age 59, Joan Campbell hadn't done much swimming other than the occasional splashing about. Then she witnessed a remarkable event at a swimming competition in Connecticut.
A drug used to treat advanced prostate cancer and endometriosis stabilized memory in women with Alzheimer's disease for more than a year, according to a study conducted at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.
Tennis is a sport for a lifetime, at any age or skill level. And it comes with many benefits, physical, mental and emotional. But tennis requires considerable endurance and involves nearly every muscle in the body. If you want to improve your performance on the court to reap the sport's benefits and to prevent injuries, …
FREE AMPLIFIED TELEPHONE OFFERED
Florida Telecommunications Relay Inc., a nonprofit distributor of amplified telephones for people with hearing loss or speech impairment, is offering a new amplified telephone for free.
They're almost 90, survived the Holocaust and love to play music together, so why not?