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August 18, 2020

How to Get Rid of Stuff: The Survey Says…

Fascinating findings from studies by the author of ‘DownsizingBy Richard Eisenberg Ever since I wrote the viral 2017 Next Avenue post, “Sorry, Nobody Wants Your Parents’ Stuff,” I’ve been a little obsessed with Americans’ love/hate relationship with their possessions and downsizing. So, I was fascinated to read University of Kansas […]
August 11, 2020

Presbyterian SeniorCare Network Hires New Chief Financial Officer

PRESBYTERIAN SENIORCARE NETWORK HIRES NEW CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER Todd R. Boslau On July 30, 2020, in Oakmont, PA,  Presbyterian SeniorCare Network President and CEO, Paul Winkler, announced the hiring of a new Chief Financial Officer after completing a thorough four-month national search process. “We are thrilled to share that a […]
August 7, 2020

The Ways the Pandemic Has Influenced Our Eating Habits

More cooking, more uncertainty, less exercise and less sleep have taken their tollBy Randi Mazzella Last week, my husband and I decided since outdoor dining resumed in our state, we would go out to dinner. For the first time in several months, I decided to get dressed up. I noticed […]
July 29, 2020

Memories of a Sweet Treat With Mom

The tradition of ‘froyo’ at Bloomingdale’s offered a respite for mother and daughterBy Candy Schulman Whenever I’m in the neighborhood, I stop for a frozen yogurt in New York City’s Bloomingdale’s. Whether I’m shopping or not, I’ll head all the way up to the seventh floor to Forty Carrots just […]
July 22, 2020

OPINION: My Case for Getting Dementia Testing

Why I want to know if I have cognitive impairmentBy Paula Spencer Scott I lose my glasses, forget actors’ names, repeat stories to my kids. None of these slips are red-flag symptoms of Alzheimer’s. Nevertheless, I’ve had a battery of cognitive assessments, from memory screens to genetic tests and brain […]