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A Question of Balance

A Question of Balance

Amara Rose November 27, 2017 2

10 tips to improve senior balance and safety

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Are You Sure It’s Dementia? Paving New Neural Roads

Are You Sure It’s Dementia? Paving New Neural Roads

Amara Rose August 8, 2017 4

Scientist, yogi and author Lisa Genova, who wrote Still Alice, shares some encouraging words for brain health. While we can’t change our genes or prevent aging (yet!), restorative sleep is “like a power cleanse

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Too Hot To Handle: Smart Steps to Avoid Heatstroke

Too Hot To Handle: Smart Steps to Avoid Heatstroke

Amara Rose August 1, 2017 1

A friend’s untimely death in 2014 has always bothered me. As I wrote in this post on grief, Cheryl (“Snake” to her friends) was 68, healthy and fit. In her twenties she led a

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What Elders Can Teach Us in These Disruptive Times

What Elders Can Teach Us in These Disruptive Times

Amara Rose March 14, 2017 3

Elder Wisdom for today We’re living in highly disruptive times. That’s a given. That our elders are key to elevating how we live in these disruptive times may be less obvious. But behind the

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Master Mind

Master Mind

Amara Rose December 20, 2016 3

How to Build Muscle & Look Younger Without a Workout Everybody knows exercise is good for you. But how many seniors realize they can also improve their health and fitness by exercising their mental

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Law of “Attractiveness”? Rethinking Aging and Beauty

Law of “Attractiveness”? Rethinking Aging and Beauty

Amara Rose August 5, 2014 4

“My mother always used to say, ‘The older you get, the better you get. Unless you’re a banana.’” ~ actress Betty White, 92 The Law of Attraction is old news. But what about the

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Staying Connected: The Health Connection

Staying Connected: The Health Connection

Amara Rose April 10, 2012 2

Mental and emotional health is as important as physical well being for seniors.

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