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Four Ways To Remain Mentally Sharp In Retirement

Many retirees share a fear of gradually losing their ability to think as clearly as they used to or remember simple information such as other people’s names. And while everyone has the occasional “senior moment,” medical research indicates that aging by itself is generally not a cause of cognitive decline. …

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Living Better With Chronic Respiratory Diseases

Here’s news that should help many people with chronic respiratory diseases such as COPD breathe easier: Pulmonary rehabilitation is a proven treatment that improves quality of life. The Problem “People with COPD and other chronic respiratory diseases are often limited in many daily activities,” said Carolyn L. Rochester, M.D., professor …

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Thirty Years Of Perfect Harmony To Help Kids

by Richard C. Shadyac Jr. Show business great Danny Thomas became just about everything in entertainment—except maybe a country singer. But in his greatest role—founder of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital—he understood the power of country music to help sick children. He also saw the close-knit bond between artists and radio, between …

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Don’t Forget THIS During A Deep Housecleaning

When it comes to doing a thorough cleaning, there are the “usual suspects”: getting rid of old clothes and magazines, organizing the pantry, cleaning the yard and getting the garden ready to plant. But there’s one item that many people don’t think about when it comes to deep cleaning—unused, unwanted …

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