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  1. Avoiding the Holiday Blues: SAD depression tips

    Q: How can I avoid the holiday blues? I always seem to get so maudlin this time of year, and I’d really like to enjoy the holiday season more. Depression isn’t the holiday spirit! A. You’re in … Continue

  2. Holiday Blues: dealing with depression

    Holiday blues. We all know someone, or someone whose loved one, is dealing with depression. Severe depression is debilitating, but there are levels of depression, and even a mild case such as being down in the dumps … Continue

  3. Senior Fitness: A Key to Healthy Aging

    We’ve all heard it before: Staying active is one of the keys to healthy aging. Those of us without health or mobility issues have many options for senior fitness. We walk the mall with a friend, swim … Continue

  4. IRS Scam is latest senior scam: Avoid & report!

    An IRS scam that targets seniors and others is the latest, says the IRS. This IRS scam targets people across the nation, including recent immigrants. Callers claiming to be from the IRS tell intended victims they owe taxes and … Continue

  5. gluten free dessert: happy holiday cooking!

    Ah, holidays. If you’re on a gluten free diet, finding the best gluten free dessert can be a great gift!  Many seniors still enjoy time in the kitchen, and these gluten free dessert receipes are easy to … Continue

  6. CHANS Flu Clinics

    CHANS flue clinics for November 2013 Curtis Memorial Library 23 Pleasant St.,Brunswick Tuesday, Nov. 5, 9 a.m. – 11 a.m.   Richmond Town Hall 26 Gardiner St.,Richmond Thursday, Nov. 14, 9 a.m. – 11 a.m.   RSU … Continue

  7. Suddenly Single: Financial Do’s & Don’ts After An Unexpected Loss

    Suddenly single Baby Boomers who experience the loss of their spouse are often faced with two significant challenges. First and foremost: grieving. They must deal with the devastating loss of a spouse. Second: financial decisions – some … Continue