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Vaccines have certainly been in the news, with hot topics being childhood measles vaccination and the relative ineffectiveness of...
In recent years, more people have been trying complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) therapies. According to the National...
The idea that a pill or a powder can make you stronger, leaner, or healthier fuels a $61 billion a year industry. That’s how much...
In photography, “motion blur” is caused by two things: camera shake and movement by the subject being photographed—a car, a...
Leonardo da Vinci was the quintessential Renaissance man. His remarkable abilities were as diverse as his interests, his vision...
If you’ve been thinking about selling your house to move to a home that makes more sense for your retirement, this spring may be...

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Virginia Becker retired in 1988, and she’s traveled just about every year since then. Her travels...

Stories of Interest

Michael Ayers was working as a sous chef at a Hyatt Hotel when he was given a tip that would ultimately change his career path. A...
Over the span of his 67-year career, Jack Melick has never been out of work. “That’s not bad for a musician,” says Jack, a...
Though he traced his wife s family history from Europe to North America, Jim Carr says the search was largely conducted from the...
“I’d visited Ann’s Choice , it had an excellent reputation, and it fit my budget,” says Hugh McAveety about his decision to move...
Among 150-some resident groups and activities offered at Ann’s Choice, Erickson Living’s retirement community in Bucks County, Pa...
There’s something about mysteries that we all love. Maybe it’s the allure of the unknown, the thrill of the chase, the rush that...