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The tourist travel checklist goes far beyond that, obviously. But a COVID passport or vaccination card may soon become essential carry-on as travel amps up in the months ahead.
Gardening is good for the soul. A new study shows a correlation between gardening and improvements in well-being, perceived stress and physical activity.
An expansive new study promotes the power of sleep for people in their 50s and 60s. Research shows a good night’s sleep will improve your chances of not developing dementia.
Justine Bateman is ready for her Hollywood closeup. She would prefer you not look at her face or other physical features. There is much more power in her words.
Whether it’s the feeling of the isolation and fear associated with the global pandemic or a side effect of COVID-19 survivors, there are concerns about lingering feelings of mental fuzziness.
Happy 4/20 day. It’s a national holiday for many Americans to celebrate a drug that is quickly shifting away from stereotypical perceptions and becoming part of a multi-generational culture of acceptance.
Don’t have your COVID-19 vaccine yet? Here’s another dose of preventative medicine: exercise.
Avocados, anyone? A recent study from the University of Illinois concluded incorporating avocados into our daily diets improves our gut health.
Graham Nesbitt always provided the extra, special touch at the local skating arena in Seaforth, Ontario. His hard work left a lasting impression that would save his life.
Charles Dasher is living a life he never even dreamed of, reconnecting with nature and himself.
It’s that time of year again when we reset our clocks as Daylight Saving Time kicks in for another confusing season of tick-tock mental gymnastics.