Giving Progressive Lenses A Chance

I was due for my annual eye exam and the optician agreed that if I was becoming frustrated constantly switching between my different sets of glasses and that I was needing both, that progressives would be a great option for me...And I love them!!

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A Brave New World

In 1932, Aldous Huxley’s A Brave New World was published...In 2018, we are closer than ever to finding a cure for thousands of diseases caused by genetic mutations. Last night on CBS, 60 Minutes aired a segment on CRISPR, a gene editing tool which is revolutionizing biomedical research. Click on the link below to learn more about this groundbreaking discovery!

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Aging as Told by 3 Fabulous Female Authors

International Women’s Day, held annually on March 8, is a worldwide event that calls for gender equality while celebrating women’s achievements, from the political to the social to the arts.

Today, join us in honoring women in literature. We’ve chosen our three favorite female authors that confront the topic of aging gracefully (especially as a woman) in their work. The selection ranges from humorous memoirs to contemplative novels, and we recommend looking into some of Suzanne Somers’ best-sellers if you’re interested in self-help and healthy living.

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Easy Weekend Dinner Cookbooks For All Needs and Interests

It’s crucial for our well-being that we find ways to empower ourselves every day, no matter how small or insignificant they may seem. This rings especially true for folks of a certain age. Reclaiming the kitchen and preparing home-cooked meals is but one example of a small but radical way to take your agency and health back into your own hands.

There’s simply no excuse for a dietary restriction to limit the scope of your food preparation. We’ve rounded up a selection of best-selling cookbooks for easy weekend dinner recipes that cater to common needs and interests.

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