Seniors

Senior Villages Change Lives

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A senior village is different from what you’d initially think. A senior village is “not exactly a geographical place, it is a mind place,...

Surfing the Silver Tsunami, Helping Other Seniors in Transition

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Charna Kinneberg has worked in many capacities in her careers, including as an RN in charge of a Texas border town community hospital, and...

Dementia Conference Meets to Discuss Growing Public Health Crisis

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On April 12, about 300 people met at the Sheraton Baltimore North Hotel in Towson for the Annual Spring Dementia Conference. One in three...

Embrace the Process in Pursuit of Heart Health

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My Aunt Viv, of blessed memory, attended a conversational Hebrew class for most of her entire adult life. Once a week the students gathered...

Bunny Gibson Goes From ‘Bandstand’ to ‘Bubbies’

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Hundreds applied when the casting call went out across Los Angeles. Jewish Life TV was looking to star three Jewish grandmothers, or bubbies, in a...

Senior Living Facility Is Home on Campus

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PHOENIX — The concept of lifelong learning takes on a whole new meaning at Mirabella at ASU, a 20-story senior living facility being built...

How to Promote Elderly Independence

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One of the most important desires of seniors is to maintain independence in their lives as they grow older. Even though there may be changes...

Senior Athlete Looks to National Olympics

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Back when Judy Davis was the youngest of four children growing up in Bakersfield, California, she swam and played badminton — but never competitively,...

Paging Dr. Google

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The internet has made me a jack of many trades. Chef extraordinaire, plumbing expert and political pundit were among the many hats I have...

Dating or Just Friends?

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"I’m single. Happily single," said Fraydel Kravitz, a 13-year resident of Weinberg Village in Owings Mills. "And I am 88. A very young 88." Kravitz...