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Estrogen replacement What are we to believe?

Estrogen Matters

Estrogen replacement stops hot flashes cold and is a veritable Fountain of Youth. Estrogen replacement is dangerous: it kills women. It prevents heart disease. It causes heart disease. The message keeps changing. What are we to believe?
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Navigating Your Later Years For Dummies

Navigating Your Later Years For Dummies

We’re living exciting bonus years—decades that our parents and grandparents didn’t have. But how to navigate this complex terrain?  Author Carol Levine directs the Families and Health Care Project at the United Hospital Fund in New York. She is an expert on aging, health, long-term care, and family caregiving, and writes on those topics for both professional and consumer audiences. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 52:50 — 6.0MB)Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android |...

Talkers Magazine
Michael Harrison has served as the editor and publisher of TALKERS, the leading trade publication in the American talk media industry for the past 30 years.
before you buy another skin care product. Find out if the ingredients in a product are “worth it” according to the best science available.

Dupes, And Deals: 2019 Guide: What To Buy And Why

by Carolyn Greenwald – Starting a skin care routine isn’t as easy as it sounds. Cosmetic products are filled with scientific sounding ingredients that all promise variations on a theme: younger, healthy looking skin. But who has good advice and who just wants to sell you something? 
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Madeleine Kunin,

Coming of Age : My Journey to the Eighties – by Madeleine May Kunin

Madeleine Kunin, the former three-term governor of Vermont, who served as the deputy secretary of education and ambassador to Switzerland under President Bill Clinton. In her newest book, a memoir entitled Coming of Age: My Journey to the Eighties, the topic is aging, but she looks well beyond the physical tolls and explores the emotional ones as well. And she has had an extraordinary life: governor, ambassador, feminist, wife, mother, professor, poet, and much, much more.  As recently...

Steve is a nationally recognized expert in scams, identity theft and cybersecurity as well as a lawyer, college professor and prolific author.

Steve Weisman

Steve is a nationally recognized expert in scams, identity theft and cybersecurity as well as a lawyer, college professor and prolific author. He will talk about how to protect Your Identity in a Digital Age: New Financial Threats You Need to Know and How to Avoid Them, 

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Comedy Legend Carl Reiner Emmys (Again) at 96

Comedy Legend Carl Reiner – All the Way to the Emmys (Again) at 96

Carl Reiner became the oldest-ever nominee for an Emmy Award in July — for his role, appropriately enough, narrating and appearing in the HBO documentary “If You’re Not in the Obit, Eat Breakfast,” about people staying active into their 90s and beyond.
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My Gentle Barn

Founder Ellie Laks started The Gentle Barn after adopting a sick goat from a run-down petting zoo in 1999. 

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Almost Everything: Notes on Hope

In this profound and funny book, Anne Lamott calls for each of us to rediscover the nuggets of hope and wisdom that are buried within us that can make life sweeter than we ever imagined. Divided into short chapters that explore life’s essential truths, Almost Everything pinpoints these moments of insight as it shines an encouraging light forward. 

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curing cancer

The Terminally Ill Need More Than the ‘Right to Try’ Two hundred cancer drugs are in Phase III trials. Congress can put them into patients’ hands today.

About the Author Paul J. Marangos Dr. Marangos is author of 252 peer-reviewed research papers on neurobiology, and 4 books – three by Academic Press (the Neurobiological Research series of volumes) and a fourth titled “Emerging Strategies in Neuroprotection”. He is a founding editor of “The Journal of Molecular Neuroscience” and inventor on 14 issued patents. He spent 13 years at the NIMH and was adjunct professor of neurochemistry at GW School of Medicine during that time. He is co-Founder of...

Titus – Life Story of Dr. Titus Plomaritis – Immigrant Son, Football Legend, Presidential Confidant, Highly Honored Chiropractor…

The book was six years in the making for Titus, and in the last couple of years he’s been aided and edited by former Sun sports guru Sam Weisberg, a close friend. All proceeds will go to the Plomaritis Family Foundation for charitable works.
‘Titus’ tells the tale of one man’s amazing journey

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Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia: What Everyone Needs to Know

Alzheimer’s is swiftly on the rise: it is estimated that every 67 seconds, someone develops the disease.Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia: What Everyone Needs to Know® contributes what is urgently missing from public knowledge: unsparing investigation of their causes and manifestations, and focus on the strengths possessed by people diagnosed.  People diagnosed with AD retain awareness, thinking ability, and sense of self; crucially, Sabat demonstrates that there are ways to...

Al Gini’s THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING FUNNY and the Connection Between Freedom and Creativity

Humor and joke telling are more than just foolish fun. Humor and joke telling can also serve as a safety valve or a coping mechanism for dealing with reality. Telling jokes can, at times, detox if not completely explain away some of the unsolvable mysteries of existence as well as some of the nagging problems we wrestle with day to day. Humor gives us the courage to endure that which we cannot understand or avoid. Al Gini is a Professor of Business Ethics at the Quinlan School of Business at...

How to Prevent Memory Loss and Sharpen Your Brain Function at Any Age

Steven Masley MD is a physician, nutritionist, trained-chef, author, and the creator of the #1 health program for Public Television.  With increasing numbers of people experiencing declining brain function, including dementia and Alzheimer’s, it’s critical to take steps to reverse cognitive decline before it’s too late!

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A Touch of Grey