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Tips on being happy and healthy and while you're at it, on keeping the parents spry.
Tips on being happy and healthy and while you're at it, on keeping the parents spry.

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Grateful and Spry sincerely thanks (a hundred-fold) Dr de Guzman for his contributing article on Myoma and fertility.
While chatting with our housekeeper who was in her late forties, I suddenly noticed that her belly was bigger than usual. It was similar in girth to that of a women who is five months pregnant. Thing is, she was not pregnant at all. She had myoma.
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The thing with adult diapers is that it’s like shopping for shoes or an engagement ring. It’s not just the style you’re after. It’s the fit, too. And yeah, it should feel right.
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Perennial seekers of the elixir of youth easily lap up any news on new stem cell therapies. And why not? Medical research has been on a roll lately. Anything to preserve our youth, right?
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Pop Quiz: What do Rock Lobster, Purple Rain and 777-9311 have in common? http://bit.ly/2ap0zAm
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Exercise is for anyone of any age. You just need to be an "informed" sports enthusiasts. After all, as we grow older, it is prudent to be pragmatic than impulsive.

Sure, go with your passion. If you want to get into a sport, go ahead. Just be aware of what you are getting into (and we're saying this like, well, how Yoda would say it to Luke Skywalker in Star Wars) .

In this article, we look at some common sports injuries not to scare people out of sports. Rather, knowing the possibilities allow you to exercise caution. This way, you get more years of enjoying the sports you love without the usual "hiccups" along the way.


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Back in the 1950s, newborns were expected to live until 62. Today, with technology, we can expect the same people born that year to live until 82.

This advancement in technology can now even be seen in the lives of today's seniors---who, by the way, are part of the Baby Boomer era.

We see them now in our own parents. Long and short: we find ourselves growing old along with them.

True, our parents should not feel they are a burden to us. They should still be enjoy life, the way we are enjoying it---despite the limitations set by age or illness.

Want to give them a shoutout? You can acknowledge your gratefulness for your parents by joining our campaign. Click the photo to bring you to the campaign page.
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