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A Mayo Clinic physician offers a joyful plan based in science
Dr. Amit Sood, 48, reckons, based on average life span, that he has 10,000 days more to live. That sense of finite time helps him focus his attention, show compassion, be grateful and help others — all actions that lead to happiness.


How to avoid treating your loved one like a child
As a loved one starts to slip away due to Alzheimer’s or another dementia, his or her behaviors may at times seem childlike. As a result, there’s often a tendency to treat this adult as a child.

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What the Dreams of the Dying Teach Us About Death

Shortly before her death, Jeanne had a vivid dream. She was lying in her bed at the hospice center, she told a researcher. People began walking past. On her right was a line of strangers who touched her arm or hand as they went by. On her left was a procession of loved ones who…

The Challenges of Dating as a Single Midlife Mom

In wrestling, competitors are required to earn an escape point each match — they have to prove they can extricate themselves from tough holds. In her new book Escape Points, author and Northwestern University journalism professor Michele Weldon explores all the nuances and metaphors of that phrase. She flees an abusive relationship only to have …

Why You May Want to Declutter Your Life

No matter how long we’ve been out of school, autumn always feels like a new beginning, the perfect time to shed those behaviors, habits and attitudes we no longer need or want. This kind of decluttering takes many forms. A successful Realtor in her mid-60s remarked at a recent gathering that once the sale she …

Talking About Death Won’t Kill You

Long before she died, my mother gave me a gift that would shape both my future and her remaining years: A frank conversation about her wishes for the end of her life. Thanks to this, many years later when congestive heart failure and emphysema threatened my mother’s life, I knew beyond a shadow of doubt …

The New and Improved Medical Alert Devices

“I’ve fallen and I can’t get up.” It was the catchphrase of a low-budget TV commercial that launched medical alert devices into our pop-culture consciousness. But while the phrase became one of the go-to punchlines of the 1990s and the commercial inspired countless parodies, the push-button system worn around the neck and used to call …


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