There was a time when the boundaries between work and home were fairly clear. Today, however, work is likely to invade your personal life -- and maintaining work-life balance is no simple task. When your work life and ...Read more
The thief arrived as you might expect. Unannounced.
Karen J. Hardwick might not have noticed except after years of marriage, she'd seen some things.
Greg had always been nothing short of fastidious, organizing his ...Read more
Outside the senior home, Sister Rosalind Gefre ditched her walker for a bicycle ride - without having to pedal at all.
At 89, the nun can't bike like she used to, but a new program is helping her and other older adults ...Read more
There are four things to know before boarding Amtrak's California Zephyr for a spectacularly scenic ride into the American West: ignore the train's timetable (and your watch and/or phone); leave your dust-and-dirt ...Read more
This summer has brought adventures for the Spokane family of Danielle Beaudine, from picking huckleberries to cycling the Hiawatha Trail. And, while Beaudine, nearing her milestone year of 40, is not considered a senior; ...Read more
NEW HOLLAND, Pa. - Deep in the rolling farmland of Lancaster County sits an experiment meant to address two of the great, looming crises of American aging: loneliness and access to safe, affordable senior housing.
The ...Read more
Swimmer's itch is an itchy rash that can occur after swimming or wading outdoors. Also known as cercarial dermatitis, swimmer's itch is most common in freshwater lakes and ponds, but it occasionally occurs in salt water.
CHICAGO -- As public health officials try to identify a respiratory illness that has hospitalized teenagers who vape across the country, including as many as 22 in Illinois, experts say some parents still don't realize the...Read more
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- He was a pioneer in medical care for the Sacramento region's tiniest and most vulnerable patients, who in his 45 years at Sutter Health transformed its neonatal unit into a regional powerhouse.
And ...Read more
Most likely, you've heard this advice before. Maybe you ignored it; maybe you've forgotten. Either way, here it is again.
A recent French study looked at basic modifiable lifestyle practices that influence the risk of ...Read more
Summer camp in the National Football League; summer league in the National Basketball Association; and of course, spring training in Major League Baseball: They're all dedicated to getting players ready before the season ...Read more
Dear Amy: I come from a family of four kids.
Mother was bipolar and kept the four of us at each other's throats through manipulation. It took me years to repair my relationships with my two brothers, and our sister passed...Read more
DEAR DR. ROACH: I have scleroderma with Raynaud's phenomenon, and friends and family members have told me that I might get help from Viagra.
Frankly, I hadn't read or heard that from either my rheumatologists or ...Read more
DEAR ABBY: My husband and I have been married 30 years. He is my high school sweetheart and my best friend. We enjoy each other, and I thought we had a great relationship. Occasionally, we spice up our sex life to keep ...Read more
My fiance and I have had to exclude children from our wedding guest list. Our guests have 60 children among them, and our reception venue has a capacity of 150, not to mention what the kids add in price ...Read more
From the writings of the Rev. Billy Graham
Q: It seems that sin is being redefined in the present culture. Who is capable of deciding what sin really means, and are sexual sins worse than others? -- S.S.
A: Adultery and ...Read more
I was just petting an orange tabby cat in my Falls Church, Va., neighborhood, a cat I'd never met before. He was very cute. And he was purring and butting his head against my hand. Until he wasn't.
He sunk his teeth into ...Read more
MELBOURNE, Australia -- An Australian court has rejected jailed Cardinal George Pell's appeal against his conviction and he will continue to serve a six-year sentence for child sex abuse.
Three judges at the Court of ...Read more
Getting kids to eat their fruits and veggies wasn't a problem when that was all there was to eat. Whatever the family grew outside the cave came to the table, along with the entire family. No child stayed in his room with ...Read more
"He will waste nothing; but he must want nothing." -- Theologian John Wesley, 1772
"Waste not, want not." -- A modern-day version of the time-tested saying
Let's update it even more: "Waist not, want not." That's the ...Read more