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    Knowing Your Options: Planning and Paying for Long-Term Care

    It’s difficult for a person in good health, someone with no past or looming health issues to be concerned about, to understand the need to plan for long-term care once they’re too old and frail to care for themselves. But the numbers bear out the wisdom of doing so. It’s estimated that more than 50 percent of people turning 65 will require some form of long-term care.   + REad more

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    History of Memorial Day

    The practice of decorating soldiers’ graves with flowers is an ancient custom. Soldiers’ graves were decorated in the U.S. before and during the American Civil War.   + REad more

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    Nutrition Advice

    "Coconut Oil – The New Oil of Choice!" "Low Carb – the Best Way To Lose Weight!" "Why You Should be Eating Acai Berries – the New Cure-All!" We are constantly inundated with nutrition claims in magazines, in the news, and on our favorite daily talk shows. Everyone has the new magic pill or method for weight loss. How do we differentiate between “real” nutrition and another fad?  + REad more

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    Fresh / Seasonal Vegetables: Root Vegetables

    We all know that pumpkins are in season during the fall, but what other vegetables are? Many of the root vegetables (such as beets, parsnips, sweet potatoes, and shallots) as well as cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, turnips, and watercress) are highly available during this time of the year. Root vegetables are the root of the plant and grow underground.   + REad more

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