Best Books for Seniors, According to Amazon

Amazon compiled a list of the top 10 books for aging adults, which I found on The Longevity Connection’s blog (view the list here). Perhaps the most surprising title was #1: 15 Toothache Solutions.

In addition to the top slot selection, there ...

 
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Veggies in Disguise Good for Grown-ups Too, Say PSU Researchers

While surfing the web for some blog inspiration, I stumbled upon this photo on AARP.org, which stopped me in my tracks (photo credit – Renee Comet):

Moms across the country (including my sister) have raved about Jessica Seinfeld’s cookbook, Deceptively Delicious: Simple Secrets to Get Your Kids Eating Good Food” as an effective weapon in the battle to bring veggies to the table – or better yet, to get those ...

 
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School’s On for Seniors

Senior citizens who still yearn to learn may have the opportunity to do so free of charge, a welcome prospect for seniors crunched in the currently stressed economy.

Here’s a brief rundown of several programs available across the US:

For a state-by-state breakdown, consult http://www.seniorresource.com/senioreducation.htm.

In Union County, New Jersey, the LIFE (Learning is ForEver) Center invites Union County residents above the age of 62 ...

 
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Sunset Daze: This is Not Your Grandfather’s Golden Years

Step aside, Golden Girls, and make room for the gals of Sunset Daze.

Golden Girls was a show ahead of its time in many ways, a groundbreaking series that pushed the envelope with its bold, brazen characters and is still appreciated today (I love you, Betty White!). But when Survivor kicked off the reality show craze a decade ago, spiraling into Super Nanny, America's Next Top Model, Extreme Home Makeover, ...

 
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