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Sparking Creativity in Elders with Dementia

Creative activities can pierce the cloud of Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, bringing smiles to elders and caregivers alike.

Summer Mini-Getaways

A getaway doesn’t have to last long to go deep. From train trips to retreat centers and green spas, a world of relaxation and renewal awaits us, close by home.

Essential Oils for Summer

Bothersome summer maladies can be easily and beautifully healed with the right essential oils.

The Bionic Coach

Almost three in four exercisers today use technology such as phone apps to support their fitness routines—and still surging innovation ensures that the number will grow.

Contraceptive Pill Chill

Earlier bad news about the Pill grows worse with new evidence that it contributes to nutrient depletion, which fast-forwards disease and aging.

Good Riddance to Bad Vibes

The Wi-Fi and cell phone fields that surround us are proven to interfere with sleep and health, but there are creative ways to limit our exposure.


Studies show that these herbs heal wounds, protect against cancer, ward off Alzheimer’s and soothe digestion.

Simple Stress Busters

Eating chocolate, walking a labyrinth, shaking loose from head to toe—what’s not to like about these easy strategies?

Caring, Steering, Cheering

A personal relationship with a qualified health coach helps us keep our good-health intentions on track.

‘Tis the Season to Be Wise

A dip in temperature signals our body to slow down while our brain reboots for a new round of activity.