An Attitude of Fun in our Senior Years Brings Health

A fun attitude can keep us healthy.  
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“You're invited!” That's what the card said. To the “14th annual Older American's Day Celebration.” But who are “Older Americans?” Whoever they are, the number is apparently growing. The Census Bureau estimates that the percentage of US citizens 65 and older will swell from 13 to 20 percent of the total U.S. population in the next 40 years and could cause significant challenges to the health care delivery system – one that already seems to be maxed out. Older people as a group Continue Reading

Eating or Starving – a Lifetime of Health?

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By John D. Clague, Christian Science Committee on Publication for Oregon Can you imagine eating enough Big Macs, milkshakes, french fries, ice cream, and M&Ms to equal 15,000 calories in an hour and a half ?! That’s five times what the normal American male would eat. Ron Saxen, author of “The Good Eater” more than imagined it. He’s one of an estimated eight million Americans who suffer from binge eating. Along with other recognized eating disorders, such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia Continue Reading