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“Forever Fit” TV Series Begins Tomorrow, Friday, July 16

Some days, cooking can seem like a time-consuming hassle and making time for exercise falls victim to our busy schedules.   But, if we’re told “you are what you eat” and “move it or lose it,” what should we do? This

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‘Red flags’ for hoarding must be taken seriously

Q: I have a casual acquaintance I’ll call Sarah. Together, we go out to dinner or attend social events. When we pick Sarah up, I am never invited into her home. A mutual friend described the apartment as extremely cluttered,

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On ADA anniversary, the impact is all around us

The Americans with Disabilities Act has made a world of difference for millions across our country since it was signed into law in 1990. As we celebrate its 31st anniversary, we can see how it has changed our physical environment

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For caregivers, balance isn’t optional

Q: For the past several years, I was the primary caregiver for my elderly parents before they died. Now my husband has become wholly reliant on me for his care. I am exhausted and getting deeply discouraged. I keep hearing

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Dealing with grief after the death of a beloved pet

Q: We recently lost our wonderful dachshund, Gretchen, who died at the age of 12. Our children have moved away, and some of our friends just don’t understand the scope of our loss and the role this small dog played in

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Celebrating Juneteenth

This weekend, communities around the country will recognize and celebrate Juneteenth, an important annual holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States. Many of us were taught in school that slavery ended with the signing of the Emancipation