Ron Hazelton's HouseCalls

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PHONE FRUSTRATION: LOOK AT ME WHEN I’M TALKING TO YOU

Miss Manners weighs in on cell etiquette for today's world
?A lot of people are applauding actress Patti LuPone these days — and not just for her dramatic skills. Rather, it was how she recently handled the rude behavior of an audience member. It happened during a performance of Shows for Days at New York’s Lincoln Center. The patron, sitting close to the arena-style stage and consequently bathed in light, was texting nonstop.

HOME IMPROVEMENT SERIES ‘RON HAZELTON’S HOUSECALLS’ PREMIERES ON RLTV

Saturday May 28th, Ron Hazelton’s HouseCalls will premiere on RLTV in a Memorial Day Weekend Marathon 11 am-3pm. The 30-minute series follows Ron Hazelton as he visits real homeowners and offers step-by-step instructions on indoor and outdoor projects. Ron helps these do-it-yourselfers make their homes more valuable, convenient, and safer.

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Writer Jonathan Kozol on Losing His Dad To Dementia

“Take me home.” How many caregivers have heard this plaintive refrain from an elderly parent in a nursing home who feels displaced and longs to leave? Jonathan Kozol, a National Book Award-winning author who writes about injustice and education, took it seriously when his father began voicing this plea repeatedly. Harry Kozol had been a …

Keep Your Family Safe From Animal-Borne Diseases

Three out of every five new sicknesses in humans come from either animal or bug contact, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control. While not every animal or insect encounter will make you sick, tens of thousands of Americans have become ill. Some of these interactions can result in major illness. People who are 55 …

Get Old Faster, Says This Geriatrician

There is a real problem with aging in America today — it’s not fast enough. I understand that “get old faster” is the most unlikely phrase to be printed on a T-shirt,…

4 Ways to Get Your Encore Career Off the Ground

Many people over 50 hope to use their later years to make a difference in the world — as volunteers, nonprofit employees or social entrepreneurs. Yet all too often, the path to finding meaningful encore work proves more challenging than expected. I thought a lot about this while attending Encore 2016, a recent Encore.org gathering…

Advice on Moving to a Continuing Care Retirement Community

If you have looked at options for where to live as you age, you may have considered continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs). Here’s what to know before moving into one: A CCRC typically offers different tiers of living situations, from independent to assisted living to nursing care and, sometimes, a separate Alzheimer’s or dementia wing…

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