These easy, tasty recipes will warm your body and soul
By Meggan Hill for Next Avenue
Just as autumn has a traditional color palette, classic tastes are also associated with the season: rich pumpkin, tart cranberry, comforting apple and distinctive cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger.
The three recipes below wrap fall’s flavors in wonderfully-scented,
Join us for a “Just Ask” Lunch & Learn event at noon on Nov. 9 to learn about alternative medical options. Please register with Executive Director Ginger Nance no later than Nov. 3 if you plan to attend, as seating is limited.
Learn which medications are on pharmacists’ ‘black list’
By Patricia Corrigan for Next Avenue
You fill a prescription, a medication you’ve relied on before. A few days later, you experience a troubling side effect. You read online that no one your age should take this medication.
Drug Side Effects and Older Adults
Two pharmacists say the aging process is to blame,
In the 1960s, Ken Lohrentz taught English in Tanzania for two and a half years. This summer he returned to the continent to see old friends, reconnect with former students, and soak up the breathtaking beauty of the landscape, the culture, and the
November is National Hospice Month, and to recognize the importance of hospice services to quality end of life care, Presbyterian Manor’s Heart and Soul Hospice would like to share Clayton’s story.
It was not long after Clayton was diagnosed
Fort Scott native Ellen Fairchild didn’t always know where her career path would take her, until she became a mother.
“I was born and raised in Fort Scott and went to Fort Scott High School and Fort Scott Community College. When I started college,
Could their estrangement be caused by how we raised them?
By Elizabeth Vagnoni for Next Avenue
The truth is — I am estranged from my two adult sons.
The truth is — I love my sons and I miss them every day.
The truth is — I can’t understand how in the world this has happened.
The truth is — saying you love them and miss them is not enough.