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Making “Age in Place” a Reality

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Making “Age in Place” a Reality
“Some researchers now believe that relatively small changes in living spaces and daily strategies can keep them out of nursing facilities for months or even years, saving families – and, potentially, the nation – millions of dollars.”

Forbes.com has published a very informative article at about a research effort in Baltimore, MD called CAPABLE (Community Aging in Place, Advancing Better Living for Elders) that is exploring the effectiveness of providing seniors access to occupational therapists, handymen ...

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Eat Your Oats!

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Eat Your Oats!

Jane Lear at Take Part says “Eat Oats for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner“. After reading the following passage we tend to agree:

Oats are a great source of protein and healthy fats. They have an abundance of soluble and insoluble fiber; the soluble fiber, specifically beta-glucan, helps lower cholesterol levels in the blood, and insoluble keeps the body’s plumbing in good order. And they are a good source of iron, magnesium, and B vitamins.

So, everything in oats is good ...

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