Empowering Health with Food

Many of us are aware that, as we reach 50 and older, specific health concerns become more prominent. Concerns for diseases such as Type 2 Diabetes, stroke and heart disease, stress and depression, cancer, Alzheimer’s, arthritis and osteoporosis, and even flu and pneumonia are on the rise. What many of us may not know is […] Continue Empowering Health with Food

Attention grocery shoppers: Healthy options are available!

A balanced diet is important for everyone, but it’s so easy to get lost at the supermarket in the wonderful world of convenient TV dinners, sodas, chips and other unhealthy foods. With some simple adjustments, however, trips to the grocery store can become healthier. An easy way to shop healthier is to stay on the […] Continue Attention grocery shoppers: Healthy options are available!

New Health Crisis At-Risk Population: Middle-Aged White Men

“Drink and drug addiction, poor mental and physical health and even the financial crisis drove up death rates among white middle aged Americans between 1999-2013.” I’ve been sharing this viewpoint on men’s issues for the past three decades, and now that it’s documented to be literally killing men, perhaps they will finally begin to take […] Continue New Health Crisis At-Risk Population: Middle-Aged White Men

Kids Off to College? Huge News On The FAFSA Process

The news on the FAFSA is a major change that will ease the financial aid process for all, and begin to repair the college application mess. Beginning in the 2017-2018 school year, the FAFSA will now be available in October, opposed, to January, coinciding with the availability of the CSS/Profile. This means that families will […] Continue Kids Off to College? Huge News On The FAFSA Process

Half a Million Strong

1969 was an exciting year, especially for a teenager. Sitting in my room with my black and white TV and stereo, I watched and listened to the world go through it’s changes. Neil Armstrong walked on the moon, the New York Mets won the World Series and the Vietnam War raged on. John and Yoko held Bed-Ins for Love and Peace. The hippie movement had reached it’s peak which I thought was cool. My dad felt differently saying quite often, “Those hippies will be the downfall of America.” Continue Half a Million Strong