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Chump change As we all know, “chump change” is nothing to write home about. We use the phrase in reference to everything from...
Researchers from the Long Life Family Study (LLFS) recently found that several diseases are less prevalent in families of people...
Over 700,000 strokes occur each year in the U.S., according to the National Institutes of Health, and these events are a leading...
If your car has been sitting in a garage all winter and you’ve hardly driven it, you are likely to inspect the tires before you...
One important step we can all take to maintain our health and well-being is preventing falls. This is highlighted by the fact...
Q. I had a white spot on my tongue. An oral surgeon removed it and fortunately it wasn’t cancerous—it was a callous. Now I’ve...

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“O bluebird, welcome back again, Thy azure coat and ruddy vest, Are hues that April loveth best...

Stories of Interest

It was in 2006 when Elaine and Don Alexander first heard about a new Erickson Living community called Tallgrass Creek being built...
In a time when the average worker stays at a job for 4.4 years, Gary Hibbs’ 18-year career with Erickson Living is rare. With...
A typical day for Amy Stewart, Tallgrass Creek s wellness coordinator, starts at 7:30 a.m. in the on-site fitness center. For the...
Nancy Bell is in her first year as chairman of the community outreach committee at Eagle s Trace , and already she has undertaken...
There is no shortage of charitable groups vying for your support. Whether it’s a letter in your mailbox, a telephone call, or a...
Vern and Noni St. Amand spent four years living in Rome when Vern worked in marketing for General Motors. Decades have passed...