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I’ve only known two mules up close. One is a sweet-eyed mule I petted at a farm, and the other – well, it’s me (sort of). As savvy as I thought I was, I was almost the victim of a money mule scam. Never heard of the phrase “money mule”? (Don’t worry, I hadn’t either.)
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Posted on December 12, 2019 by Connie Dow All varieties of root vegetables are in season right now, including parsnips, turnips, radishes, daikon, jicama, parsley root, celeriac, carrots, rutabaga, salsify and beets. Sweet potatoes and yams are also in season. Many root vegetables are low in fat and calories, a good source of fiber, high
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Posted on July 1, 2019 by Michele Macmartin The recent New York Times article “Imprisoned by Independence” explores how older adults’ preference for “aging in place” may have inadvertently helped imprison them. According to the article, the desire for seniors to remain in familiar surroundings, and the fear of being placed in an institution, have
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By Dorothea Vafiadis, MS | 4.20.2020 In this difficult time of physical distancing and curtailed outdoor activities, it’s heartening to see the outpouring of generosity to older adults from friends and neighbors, often in the form of donated meals. It’s also wonderful to see those pitching in by doing the shopping, cooking, or food delivery
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