Healthy Aging

Feeling Upbeat About Downsizing & Decluttering

Published: October 30, 2020 Many of us shed stuff because we have to. The house we are moving to is smaller with no basement or attic for overflow boxes or…

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Harvest Time for Home-grown Produce

Published: September 25, 2020 Avid gardeners are working double time in 2020. Not only are they busy weeding, watering, and harvesting their blooms and veggies, but they’ve been engaged with…

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Lifelong Learning Virtually Abounds!

Published: August 19, 2020 For many of us, learning is lifelong, and today that means mostly virtual and unending. Pick a topic, let’s say birding. Well, you’ll have to be…

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Contact Tracing: What and Why

Published: July 3, 2020 Flattening the curve. Shelter-in-place. Social distancing. Terms like these are not new in the medical research sphere, but since COVID-19 words like these have entered the…

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Gardening: Good for Body and Soul

Published: July 23, 2020 Weeds and poison ivy. Insects and annoying critters. Heat and drought. Ask about “gardening BC" (Before Covid) and that’s what many of us would have said. But…

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Farmers Markets and Other Fresh News

Published: June 18, 2020 We always celebrate Ohio’s summer harvest of corn, peaches and the like but this year when we’re searching for reminders that life’s beauty continues it’s especially…

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Coping with Anxiety During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Published: March 16, 2020 Washing hands properly and practicing social distancing – we probably have these and other prevention tools down pat so we don’t become infected with COVID-19.  But…

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A Resident Founder Shares His Story – Yesterday and Today

Kendal at Oberlin resident Elizabeth Hole heard many wonderful stories when visiting fellow residents who now live in the Stephens Care Center. She decided to record and share some of…

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