Accelerated Resolution Therapy: Help for Prolonged Grief?

The days change when your spouse passes away. The grieving process following this loss doesn’t always move along on a prescribed timeline, as an estimated 10 million Americans suffer from “prolonged, complicated grief.”

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5 Tips for Safe Winter Driving

The 2018-19 winter has gotten off to a quick start for much of the United States. Stretches of cold temperatures and abundant frozen precipitation have already resulted in slippery driving conditions.

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Dear Pharmacist: 5 Supplements that Make You Look Younger than You Are

Maybe you thought beauty is only skin deep, but it’s not. A radiant, youthful-looking face is actually an inside job.

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Tech Talk: Emails: Fake or the Real Deal?

Question: I receive lots of emails on a daily basis, and some emails look like they are from legitimate companies but seem too good to be true. How do I know they’re really from that company?

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Grief Relief: Grief Doesn’t Take a Holiday

When my wife, Linda, died earlier in the year, her loss left my family and me feeling confused about how to celebrate because she was the driving energy behind our holiday gatherings.

– Neal

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Time to Give Up the Keys?

For many older adults, driving is the key to maintaining independence, self-sufficiency, and, for some, even their identity.

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Free Museum Admission Offered to Active-Duty Military

This year the NAWCC National Watch & Clock Museum is expanding its Blue Star summer program to offer free, year-round admission for the nation’s active-duty military personnel and their families, including the National Guard and Reserve.

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Harrisburg Hosts Inaugural Statewide LGBTQ Aging Summit

The Wolf administration, in partnership with LGBTQ aging advocates and stakeholders, hosted Pennsylvania’s inaugural LGBTQ Aging Summit Oct. 9-10 at the Sheraton Harrisburg Hershey Hotel, Harrisburg.

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Fire Prevention and Preparedness Essential for Older Adults (2)

Every year, most fire deaths occur in the home. As of September, Pennsylvania has experienced 104 civilian fire deaths in residential homes in 2018. Of these deaths, 55 have been older adults.

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