Meet Buddy and My Husband's Softened Heart
The replacement for two Old English Sheepdogs creates an unexpected bond.
By CJ Golden
Compared to What?
When a voice teacher hears herself or her students putting themselves, she asks a question that shifts the conversation.
By Barbara McAfee
Myths and Realities of the Longevity Economy
Test you knowledge of what's real when it comes to the costs and contributions of Americans over age 50.
By Helen Dennis
Bolivian People of the Amazon Have Healthiest Coronary Arteries Yet Studied
A study of the Tsimane people in the Amazon has found that their lifestyle and diet may hold keys to reducing heart disease.
By BSLI Sponsor
Admitting She Didn't Know It All
After resisting suggestions from her family and friends, a professional learns that even she can benefit from help.
Pitching Horseshoes with Admiral Nimitz
Carol V. Davis's poem recalls pitching horeshoes as a girl with Admiral Chester W. Nimitz.
By Contributing Author
where You Live May Determine How You Die. Oregon Leads the Way.
Nearly two-thirds of Oregonian who died in 2013, did so at home, compared with fewer tha 40 percent of people elsewhere in the U.S.
5 Reasons Why People Resist Learning New Technology and a Tip on Overcoming Them
How to overcome barriers older adults frequentlyy have to learning new technology and an appeal that works.
For Caregiver Getting to Normal Requires Help
With great improvements in her husband's condition, the writer finds returning to life as normal—meeting deadlines, speaking, holding workshops, lunching with friends—isn't so easy.
Two Stories Occupying the Same Space
Poet Charles Peek's poem about the sandhill cranes illuminates beyond its subject's surface.
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