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  • Horoscopes0

    ARIES – Mar 21–Apr 20 Being more selective can enhance your life in many different ways, Aries. You often are judged by the company you keep, so think about that when starting new relationships. TAURUS – Apr 21–May 21 Set up camp on the sofa for the next few days, Taurus. Enjoy the rest and

  • UPMC Expert: Tips for an Injury-Free Summer0

    Whether you’re lounging by the pool, grilling some burgers and hot dogs, or enjoying the sun, summer is a time to head outside for fun. Here in the northeast, warm and sunny weather isn’t around for long, so we look to take advantage and savor it while we can. With warmer weather and longer days

  • Perceptions of Healthy Aging Among Different Groups0

    When we think of aging well, we might have different opinions, as the definition of happiness and well-being can vary from person to person. Some people envision retirement as sipping an umbrella drink on a beach and wasting away in Margaritaville. Others think of endless hours playing with grandchildren and watching Little League games. Still,

  • World Otter Day

    World Otter Day0

    According to the International Otter Survival Fund (IOSF), “World Otter Day brings all otter species to the attention of many people. It focuses on raising awareness about how important otters are and also highlights the threats that they face. There are certain issues faced by otters that some people are largely unaware of, such as

  • The Benefits of Planting Native Species

    The Benefits of Planting Native Species0

    Spring and summer present ideal growing conditions for many plants, making these seasons an ideal time to tend to lawns and gardens. Though it’s easy to succumb to the temptation of exotic plants, avid gardeners and eco-conscious planters recognize the significance of native plants. Novices may not realize that native plants are much better for

  • Tips for Improving Concentration0

    In an article published by the Harvard Medical School, Dr. Kirk Daffner, Director for Brain/Mind Medicine at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, states that people have trouble filtering out information that is irrelevant to the task at hand as they age. In addition, Dr. Daffner says that the slowing of mental processes is