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First Quarter Blog Recap 2021

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January 4th 2021 – Sharing Our Wisdom With The Next Generation We have the opportunity as wise and vibrantly aging women to share our wisdom with our daughters and even our granddaughters. The positive choices that they make today, will positively affect their future selves. No matter at what age they start!  Here are some […]

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FOURTH QUARTER ARTICLE RECAP

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December 21, 2020– ‘Twas the Year Our Pets Saved Us The writers at Chewy have written this perfect poem about our pet’s role over the last year, and I couldn’t have said it better myself. *The writer has a Havenese puppy, like George.*  2020 was not the year that any of us expected, or wanted. […]

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Quarterly Article Recap

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July 6, 2020—Can You Really Give Up Sugar? Sugar overdose upsets the delicate balance of bacteria in our gut. It can also cause chronic diseases related to inflammation like heart disease, cancer, and arthritis. Ingesting too much sugar can lead to anxiety, dementia, and palpitations. And, it can make us fat. Adopting a Mediterranean diet […]

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Second Quarter Blog Recap

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April 6, 2020—Meditation Benefits Our Body and Our Brain As we age, we lose our ability to handle stress as well as we did when we were young, and left untreated, chronic stress speeds up cognitive decline, and all the various degenerative aspects of aging. Meditation, however, can counter-balance many of the devastating effects of stress on […]

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Fourth Quarter Blog Recap

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October 7, 2019—Straight Answers on Breast Cancer Claudia Harsh, MD, an expert in the field of women’s medicine, answers questions about the connection between menopause and breast cancer. October 14, 2019—Great Answers on Breast Cancer Prevention Once again Dr. Harsh offers thoughtful answers to some of the most pressing questions women have regarding breast cancer. […]

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Third Quarter Blog Recap

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July 8, 2019—Set in Our Ways This behavior is happening in the US in greater numbers and is becoming a growing concern for seniors’ friends and family. More and more these seniors refuse to hear anything that defies their set beliefs, or their worldviews. July 15, 2019—Tapping into a Better Brain The latest research cites […]

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Quarterly Blog Post Recap

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Quarterly Blog Post Recap (April-June 2019) April 1, 2019—What With Age Comes Wisdom Really Means Growing older, gaining wisdom, means understanding that being right is often not as important as being kind April 7, 2019—The Role of Telomeres in Slowing Down Our Aging Clock and How to Increase Them Stress increases our levels of cortisol, […]

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Quarterly Blog Recap

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To make it easier to see what great information you might have missed while living your vibrant life, here is your quarterly summary of the hot topics I have cover so far this year. Enjoy! January 7, 2019– Neuroboics Neurobics, a brain-training program is helping people worldwide keep their memories sharp and their cognitive skills […]