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Networking for the 50+

By Nickquolette Barrett~ You may not believe it, but you have a robust network within reach: Your friends, neighbors, the mother you used to be on the PTA with —

American Cancer Society National Daffodil Days

A Symbol of Hope and Resilience By Sharon Kurtz~ Daffodil Days raises awareness for cancer using this cheerful symbol. Cancer kills more than 600,000 Americans each year and affects countless

Zoom (Politely) with Friends and Family

A Short and Easy Guide to Zoom Etiquette By Allie Scully~ By now, many people are sick of Zoom. The novelty of virtual happy hours expired long ago. It’s no

Beware of Disaster Scams!

By Heather McKinney~ Winter Storm Uri struck Texas in February, causing apocalyptic-level problems for Texans across the state. Seniors have been hit especially hard, left in some instances for multiple

Still Sitting in the Lot

By DeLila Bergan, JD, MA, HEC-C~ I was reminded recently how fascinating human behavior is while waiting for my first dose of the COVID vaccine. My husband and I, both

How Will We Ration the COVID-19 Vaccine?

By DeLila Bergan, JD, MA, HEC-C~ A COVID vaccine has the potential to save a great many lives. This is not a resource we can afford to limit only to

To Mask or Not to Mask

Why the Debate? By DeLila Bergan, JD, MA, HEC-C~ Facemasks are hot and annoying. They make it difficult for others to understand what we are saying. They obscure our facial

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