Feeling at Home Is Key to Independent Living Satisfaction
Consideration of a variety of factors that contribute to feeling "at home" provide answer to a child trying to help her elder parents.
By Helen Dennis
Whiplash: Mentoring Genius or Abuse?
Controversial Academy Award-nominated film which divides audiences—and parents—could stimulate student discussions on appropriate mentorship.
By Pauline Germanos
Eating Local Does Community Good
Locavores—people who food grown locally—get fresh food, help the local economy and local farmers.
By Shel Horowitz
Celebrating Our Miraculous Seasons
As the first flush of green finally shows itself above the lingering snow in the Northeast, reflections on the miracle of the seasons of our own lives as cause for celebration.
By CJ Golden
5 Step Guide to Easy Meal Prep—and Weight Loss
Getting in the habit of preparing for a week's worth of meals, simplifies life a bit and makes it easier to maintain a healthy diet and lose weight.
By Fernando Paredes
Progress and Controversy Arrive With New Rules for Fracking on Public Lands
Environmentalists and industry angry over actions but rules offer protections that limit risks to drinking water.
By ProPublica ProPublica.org
Surrendering to the Air Voice to Invoke Inspiration and Imagination
In the fifth article in a series, the author explains how to create the sound that helps ideas take flight.
By Barbara McAfee
Getting Couples to Agree on a Type of Retirement Community
In the first of two articles, author Helen Dennis reviews the variety of types of retirement communities.
Nature’s Business Model: 100 Percent Recycling, Zero Energy Consumption
Biology's good models for recycling and the Intervale eco-park in Burlington, VT.
LGBT Activist Discusses Elder Initiative
Radio host Richard Address talks with Heshie Zinman about LGBT elder initiative in Philadelphia and with CEO of a company promoting use of smart TVs to provide elder care services.
By Rabbi Richard F. Address, D.Min
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