Tuesday, October 21, 2014 Tishri 27, 5775
How to make life more comfortable for those approaching death
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At 86, Anne Anderson is a shadow of her former self. Her sunken eyes sit behind thick bifocals that look like they're almost too heavy for her frail face. An undiagnosed cancer has forced her to shed pounds, and now, the bones on her elbows and shoulders protrude out of her loose skin. Sitting in the day room of Hillcrest...
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Age is just a number — what are you willing to do to keep yours unlisted?
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Carol Saline, Inside Magazine Feature
New and refined techniques to battle the exterior effects of aging will help you look as young as you feel (or close to it).
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Rock Stars Were My Camp Counselors
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Craig Langweiler, Special Sections Feature
What's it like to give up the rocking chair for an opportunity to rock on stage?
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Diane McManus, Special Sections Feature
Too old to compete? Splash down with these seniors!
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At 87, Barbara Weisberger remains "Mommy" to the Pennsylvania Ballet Company she founded.
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