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Dementia For Modern Lifestyles





Exercise of the brain is as important as exercise of the muscles. As we grow older, it’s important that we keep mentally alert. The saying; “If you don’t use it, you will lose it” also applies to the brain. 613 more words

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Identifying Everyday Clues in Photographs, Part IV

Today I present the last part of this series focusing on dating the photograph of Elizabeth (Schwartz) Yegerlehner. My aim was to take the reader through the process of dating a single photograph by using clothing cues. 1,241 more words

Genealogy

Privilege


@Flyswatter Understanding your own privilege @chamblee54 thank you for using privilege without a racial adjective both people in this story are white.
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Memorial Day


There is a bit of polemic on the internet now, The revolutionary origins of Memorial Day and its political hijacking. It tells the story of an incident in Charleston SC, where newly freed slaves buried some Union soldiers who died in a prison camp. 1,069 more words

Politics

How to Preserve America's War Stories Before It's Too Late

On June 19, 1970, Dennis Keith Martin, a U.S. Army Corporal stationed in Vietnam, wrote a letter to his grandparents. “We are hearing a lot of rumors that the 25th Division or at least part of it will be the next to be withdrawn,” he wrote, at the close of the two-page note. 713 more words

BCMG - a hadron collider for global music.

BCMG is a hadron collider for global music says Artistic Director Stephen Newbold at the fundraising and celebration event hosted by Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co… 512 more words

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20 Facts About Death


PG is running out of things to say. Never mind having something good to say about anyone, he doesn’t have anything to say, good or bad. 559 more words

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