Lifesaving Writing!

Writing is fun and challenging, but it’s not brain surgery. It doesn’t save lives. Or so I thought.

Health & Fitness
Caring Through the Hurt

Caring for an aging parent is challenging enough, but when the parent’s behavior is difficult, whether due to dementia or psychological issues, […]

Senior Living
Second Wind: Artie Giles

Artie Giles of Dallas has cared for others for much of her life, but it was her own encounter with […]

Senior Living
The FODMAP Diet

Following a FODMAP diet is a treatment, not a weight-loss diet.FODMAP is an acronym for a mind-boggling series of carbohydrate types. The term […]

Health & Fitness
Rewriting the In-Law Rules

Welcome to the family (really): 10 strategies for rewriting the in-law rules by Mary Jacobs, Special Contributor Relationships among in-laws […]

Senior Living
The Sunday Scaries

How to fend off the ‘Sunday scaries’ before they wreck your weekend Mary Jacobs, Special Contributor   It rolls in […]

Health & Fitness
Getting Old, Getting Loud: Be Proud of the “O” Word

  Older Americans: Stop asking forgiveness. It’s time to own your age.   Remember that momentous moment in 1997, when […]

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TEDxPlano 2017 Speaker

What if we nurtured the souls of our communities with the same intentional focus we devote to supporting our schools […]

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How Caregiver Stress Can Turn a Devoted Helper into a Patient

Just four days after President George H. W. Bush, 92, was hospitalized for pneumonia earlier this year, his wife, Barbara, […]

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Q&A with Alzheimer’s Researcher Jim Ray

It’s a medical doomsday scenario: By 2050, an estimated 16 million people will have Alzheimer’s disease, and the cost of […]

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