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Joseph was born to Robert and Pearl Mendelow March 23, 1928 in Buffalo, New York, the youngest of three boys. After high school graduation and completion of one semester of college when he reached his 18th birthday, he enlisted in … Continue reading
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As you consider transitioning to a senior living community, you may be thinking that your freedom and independence are at risk. Nothing could be further from the truth! Senior Living communities are designed to carry your burdens and give you … Continue reading
Blueberries hold a special place in the foods of Americans, because more species of blueberries are native to North America than any other continent. To this day, the United States cultivates and supplies over half of all blueberries on a … Continue reading
After all, they are the wisest and most experienced humans on the planet. What better person to learn life lessons from? Inspirational, honest and humorous, here is a list of diverse quotes about life advice from grandparents around the nation … Continue reading
Jerome Hirsch was born in Jersey City, New Jersey on June 7, 1920, to Henry and Bertha Hirsch. His father owned one of the largest family owned laundries in the United States. Jerome graduated from Cornell University in 1940, with … Continue reading
Father’s Day is the perfect time to celebrate Fathers and Father-figures alike. We’ve created a list of ideas to inspire you as you decide the perfect way to say, “Thanks Dad,” this Father’s Day: Retro Tabletop Game – for the … Continue reading
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As the Baby Boomer population is increasing its use with technology, to be exact, 30% of the 200 million web users in the U.S. are older adults, we thought we’d share some statistics and data with you about boomers and … Continue reading
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention explained that around 5.2 million people are affected by arthritis in the U.S. alone. While exercise is always a good thing, there are certain activities that may be negatively impacting and increasing muscle … Continue reading