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November is the time of year when many people start to think about their holiday meals.
Being happy has long been believed to be linked to better overall health, but now a scientific study has proven that happy people reduced their risk of premature death by as much as 35 percent, MSNBC reports.
Regina Heneghan – General Manager, Sunrise of Elstree, UK
Seniors in Ontario, Canada, do not see the dentist as often as they should, and the same may be true for older adults everywhere.
The number of baby boomers who will enter retirement without spouses or children is rising, and women may be more prepared for the transition than men.
Sherard and Nanette Shaw – Residents, Sunrise on Old Meridian, IN
Scientists from the University of Manchester in England have developed a way to identify ideal combinations of drugs, the first step in creating a drug to combat severe diseases and conditions - such as cancer, stroke and Alzheimer's - that are worsened by inflammation, the Journal Sentinel reports.
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