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(after  about hearing advice about how I could finally get with that novel if I found some models to inspire me)


I like to use models for writing; 29 more words

Final Report: Joint State Government Commission’s Advisory Committee on Long Term Care Services and Supports just released

The Summary Report of the Commission’s Advisory Committee:

House Resolution 255 of 2013 directed the Joint State Government Commission to form an advisory committee to study, and make recommendations on, the delivery system of long term care services and supports for independent and care-dependent older adults within the Commonwealth. 374 more words



She is in a very long, very slow-moving check-out line at the fabric, etc. store. On one side is a display of candy. On the other side, rows of inexpensive and useless sewing gadgets, toys, and decorations — the kind of things one thinks one needs until one gets home and realizes what a waste of money they are. 334 more words


Department of Aging wrap-up for Friday, August 22, 2014

Each week the Secretary of Pennsylvania Department of Aging, Brian M. Duke, releases a Friday newsletter with information relevant to activities, issues and events for older Pennsylvanians and persons with disabilities across the Commonwealth. 7 more words


The REAL List Parents of College Freshmen Need

Today is “move-in day” for freshmen on our campus. Naturally, there are moms and dads, grandmas and grandpas, brothers and sisters everywhere. In the past, I always liked to ride my Harley on move-in day. 795 more words

Improving Nutrigenomics and Epigenetics with Food. BPA, Aging, Pregnancy

Methyl-rich foods assist in a more desirable DNA expression and improved aging.  These foods are a path to improving Nutrigenomics August 19th post, Epigenetics July 9th post, and Brain Health August 8th post.  105 more words

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