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Is it science–or science fiction?

March 22, 2017
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As we age, we’re faced with various health issues–so it makes sense to stay on top of  medical advances that may offer us hope or, in some cases, maybe just a dose of amusement. Here…

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Today’s brave new world needs some new vocabulary words

March 15, 2017
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It’s hard to comprehend, but an orange-faced reality-TV star is now POTUS (inspiring the acronym SCROTUS—so-called ruler of the U.S.). It’s an unprecedented (unpresidented?) era in American history, and it calls for a whole new…

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You can’t teach stupid

March 8, 2017
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For the longest time, I didn’t know what SMH stood for. Then I learned it’s the acronym for “shaking my head” — something I’ve been doing so much lately I risk getting whiplash. Because…stupidity. I’ll…

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31 traits men and vaginas share

March 1, 2017
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Last year, I wrote about the traits women and penises have in common. Because this baby boomer is a firm believer in the adage about what’s good for the goose is good for the gander,…

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Living Life in Reverse

February 17, 2017
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I never do anything the normal way if I can avoid it. This includes living my life in the right order. I was born on the leading edge of the Boomer generation. I came of…

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7 (sort of) surprising tidbits about stress

February 8, 2017
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We’ve all heard about how chronic stress is bad for our hearts, brains and emotional wellbeing, makes us fat, and even shaves years off our lives because it speeds up the aging process. The physiological…

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Looking for love? Try the doctor’s waiting room

February 1, 2017
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Are you a baby boomer singleton wondering where and how to meet other eligible singles who weren’t born yesterday? Why not try your doctor’s waiting room? Let’s face it—we’re spending more time dealing with health issues…

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How men and women age differently

January 25, 2017
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If you ever doubted that boys are less mature than girls during childhood and adolescence (and, for some, throughout adulthood), witness the existence of fart jokes, belching contests and bra-snapping. But now science proves it:…

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Blog soup: A concoction of stray thoughts

January 18, 2017
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This week’s post is the blog equivalent of cleaning out the fridge to make soup. I’m pulling together leftover tidbits from my files—items that weren’t meaty enough to make a complete blog post on their…

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A boomer’s view of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs

January 11, 2017
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Abraham Maslow (1908 – 1970) had a pretty compelling reason for becoming a psychologist. “I was awfully curious to find out why I didn’t go insane,” he said, in a glass-half-full kind of way. Before…

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