Neither of these women has anything to prove. So why are they sweating in a dance studio for hours a day and punishing their bodies to perform on a reality competition TV show? Published March 30 2012
Spring-cleaning is a ritual known in many nations, and an opportunity to assess the health of aging relatives. Published March 23 2012
Caregiving can be a stressful and draining job. The Lifetime Respite Care Program could help if Congress would appropriate full funding. Published March 16 2012
Proposed changes will do harm to the people depending most upon these services, America’s seniors. Published March 8 2012
Rush Limbaugh is far from alone in using insulting language. How many of us use this word without thinking? Published March 5 2012
Laurie Edwards-Tate, MS, President and Founder of At Your Home Familycare in San Diego, California, was among the first to recognize the growing need for services allowing individuals to remain independent created by the aging of America including the Baby ...Read More
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