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The classic 1970’s movie “Love Story” featured a popular line, “Love means never having to say you’re sorry.”  This concept may have worked for the big … more
Hi Taylor - My dad passed a few years ago and my husband and I just moved my mom into an assisted living facility. We’re all dealing with the emotional part of it pretty well, but I’m … more
I’ve recently stumbled upon a few articles touting a return to the diets of the 1950s. They say people ate healthier back then. What is your opinion? Sincerely, Rick Dear Rick, There … more
There is much noise in the world, some of it pushing Christmas carols--and other worthwhile sounds--to the side of the road. In spousal conversations--whether interest in what the other is saying is … more
It’s the season when many soon-to-be high school graduates are reflecting on a place to study. Believe some of what you read, a great deal of what you see and make sure the selection feels … more
“I can’t believe she doesn’t buy a new washing machine” the neighbor stated with passion in her voice to her husband as she looked over her back yard fence at their … more
Hey Taylor - I know people are avoiding crypto like the plague right now, but do you think there will be an upswing? Like, is this the time to buy? Hey Ashton - When you hit rock bottom, the only … more
Dear Toni, My husband recently had an issue when he fell from a ladder and shattered his hip and broke his right leg. After having emergency surgery, Jim is having a stay in a skilled nursing … more
Dear Dietitian, My girlfriend has been getting IV vitamin therapy and says she feels great. She insists I try it, butI want to know more before joining her. What do you think? Signed, Kat Dear … more
Not until his later years did Rev. Jerry Neill have the time needed to hone his woodcarving skills, but when he did, he was relentless, turning out small art objects that soon cluttered his … more
In our modern celebration of Christmas, it is a joyous time of the year. But when we look at the origins of the holiday, we find a dark and tragic side. And when we go deeper, we discover how a … more
As social attitudes and perspectives ebb and flow, universities are impacted and in some cases become barometers for measuring and even predicting change. In a September 19, 2022 report, Fitch … more
You are a once in a universe happening.  There has never been anyone like you in the history of mankind.  There will never be another like you once you are gone. There are eight billion … more
Editor: I was pretty shocked after reading your article “RED CUP REBELLION IN FULL SWING: OVER 100 UNIONIZED STARBUCKS LOCATIONS ARE ON STRIKE”, Dateline: Philadelphia from your 11/19 … more
The common cold is responsible for 150 million missed workdays annually in the United States. Many of us will head to the nutrition supplement aisle to ward off these nasty viruses, but do these … more
Hey Taylor - Any tips for how I can talk about money more comfortably? I find myself not hanging out with friends because I’m trying to cut back on spending, but I hate the idea of my finances … more
Dear Toni: I have decided to retire when I turn 65 in January and will need to enroll in Medicare Parts A and B. My husband, Sam is 70 and he enrolled in Medicare Parts A and B when he turned 65 … more
My ancient Uncle Mort--with razor-sharp memory of the long ago but dullard-like on yesterday--has a mind recently clouded with “what if’s” concerning the World Cup. This is … more
Every morning in Africa, a gazelle wakes up.  It knows that it must run faster than the fastest lion or it will be killed.  Every morning, a lion wakes up.  It knows it must run faster … more
In the lives we live we all basically want the same things: happiness, health, and financial security. But with these as targets, many of us miss the mark. There is often a large gap between what … more
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