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Our flexibility, balance, endurance and strength declines with age. Do all you can to combat it.
It’s not uncommon for parents to struggle over whether to help their adult kids financially.
We value entertainment and busyness (in the form of devices) as an antidote to boredom. Not so good.
We don’t get over the loss of a friend or family member, but we do get used to it. Here’s how to cope.
Time will tell whether the social media revolution is a good thing or a bad thing.
The short answer is no. Here are some examples of when less convenient may be more beneficial.
As one friend said, “It’s OK to visit Pity City, but don’t rent an apartment there.”
What causes the most trouble in committed relationships? Sex, children, money, in-laws and housework.
Here are some important points to remember if you or your spouse are having in-law problems.
While 11 percent of kids 4-17 are diagosed, only 5 percent actually have attention problems.
Two full-time working parents have become the norm in America — mostly out of financial necessity.
You can wait until New Year’s Eve to set forth goals — but it could be the wrong time to make a change.
Research shows that there is a 37 percent increased risk of having a heart attack on Christmas Eve.
Grades in school aren’t that important. You’d be surprised how little they matter.
The holiday season can be a mix of sweet and sad. Many of us have lost loved ones around this time.
Rule No. 1: Set limits, like taking work email off your smartphone, and stick to them.
This holiday season, let us focus on how people all over the world are connected to each other.
Sometimes, despite the best planning, unforeseen twists and turns of life lead us somewhere else.
Don’t drink too much, try to avoid talking about politics, and focus on the positive.
If you work a desk job, you may be a sitting duck for lower back pain. Pun intended.