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Channeling Humpty Dumpty: Do We All Need to Fall Down?

Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall, Humpty Dumpty had a great fall; All the king’s horses and all the king’s men Couldn’t put Humpty  together again. Humpty Dumpty is a well-known...

Caretakers: Silent Heroes Who May Need Help Sharing the Burden

Caretakers come in all sizes, shapes, genders and ethnicities. Despite their differences, they have one thing in common: Caretakers usually are not prepared for their...

Israeli Doctoral Student Develops Groundbreaking Test for Parkinson’s Disease

(JNS.org) — Suaad Abd-Elhadi, a doctoral student at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, won an innovation award for developing a new groundbreaking tool that could...

Can You Be a Kid Again in the Summer?

Do you remember that feeling of anticipation when the summer season started, and you felt energized, hopeful and carefree? There is no reason why...

Grateful Alive Band Doesn’t Let Age Interfere With Love of Music

Nobody was going off on Jerry Garcia-style guitar solos, but the Grateful Alive Band was hard at work rehearsing for an upcoming gig on...

Celebrating a Centennial On Canvas

Bernice Paul doesn’t have to go very far to paint a landscape. In fact, she just steps out into her backyard. The 100-year-old artist has been...

Exercising Boomer Style

Much to my chagrin, I learned recently that I am an alterkaker. I was at the Kaiserman JCC taking the twice-weekly Boomer Bootcamp class, when...

Ramblin’ Man and Stroke Victim Russ Cohen Now Walking Tall

He rambles. He can’t sit still for a minute. He admits there were times in his life where he wondered if he wanted to...

Have Online Options Really Changed Dating?

If you’re considering entering the dating world as a mature adult, you may hear confusing opinions from friends and family members, especially concerning online...

Education Never Ends: Examples of Senior Learners

“The important thing is not to stop questioning.” — Albert Einstein Our society needs to look at education in a new way. We usually think of...