Category Archives: healthy aging

Got a Limp? not limp

Well, if ever there was a misnomer, it’s the word, “limp” — as in “Got a limp?” you know — a movement impediment Got a limp?  Use a walker or cane?  Think it’s because you’re aging? I’ve got news for … Continue reading

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“The Controlling Moment”

Growth and Change are a Mystery to Most People. This piece clarifies.  “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” So wrote Benjamin Franklin in Poor Richard’s Almanac. Failing that, another saying carries the point:  “The biggest problem … Continue reading

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