Sligo: Breakfast Heaven, Ancient Burial Sites, Golf and Poets' Panoramas
After a perfect Irish breakfast in Sligo, there's a visit to a 6,000 year old burial site and awesome vistas from Knocknarea.
By Debbie Grovum
1 in 3 of World's Cases of Dementia Preventable, Lancet Commission Finds
By addressing key lifestyle factors, such as education, hypertension, smoking, hearing loss, and more, tens of millions of cases of dementia could be prevented worldwide.
By Staff Writer
Five Reasons the GOP Failed To Replace The Health Law
With the failure of Republican efforts to "repeal and replace" Obamacare, the GOP abandoned its central vow to voters since 2010. Here are some of the reasons why Republicans failed.
By Contributing Author
Are Our Laws Fighting Ageism? Is Changing the Narrative of Aging the Answer?
Despite laws, ageism remains an acceptable societal bias and two-thirds of workers ages 55 t0 64 report their age as a barrier to getting jobs. Some believe the laws may be making things worse.
By Helen Dennis
Return to Ireland
Returning to Ireland's beauty — this time hunting a once unimagined culinary journey.
Ted Kooser's 'Death of a Dog' — Howard, 15
Poet Ted Kooser on the death of his dear old yellow Lab, Howard, at age 15.
Swimming Into Mindfulness and Other Meditation Improvisations
A devoted swimmer remembers activities of childhood that have grown into practicing mindfulness through repetitive movement.
By Barbara McAfee
Credit Scores Soon To Get Buffer From Medical-Debt Damage
Changes in the way credit agencies report and evaluate medical debt are in the works and should reduce some painful financial consequences of having a health care problem.
Logistics of Letting Go
After a death in the family, having a plan of what to do with bills, papers, photographs and things — and how to deal with family members and other participants — can make all the difference.
U.S. Poet Laureate Ted Kooser introduces a poem by Elise Hempel recollecting her father and a fast boat ride.
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