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Lower your risk of falling as you get older with these simple steps

Lower your risk of falling as you get older with these simple steps

Common as falls may be, they are not inevitable. Here are some recommendations on how to reduce your risk of falling.

From smart glasses to a rainbow rodeo, some Father's Day gift ideas for all kinds of dads

NEW YORK (AP) — Whether you go big, small or DIY, there are lots of ways to please dad on Father's Day. Homemade cards and drawings, and things made of clay or popsicle sticks, are evergreen options from little hands.
Claire Nielsen: Healing to find our purpose

Claire Nielsen: Healing to find our purpose

"To heal the haunting of guilt and shame, we need to forgive ourselves," writes Claire Nielsen.
How to make great outdoor dishes, from a chef who lived in a camper

How to make great outdoor dishes, from a chef who lived in a camper

NEW YORK (AP) — Look carefully at the photo next to Lee Kalpakis' recipe for hot dogs with fried leeks and sauerkraut, and you might notice a small intruder: A honeybee has invaded the outdoor dinner shot.
How Lee Kalpakis turns the usually upscale scallop into a camping delight

How Lee Kalpakis turns the usually upscale scallop into a camping delight

Lee Kalpakis thinks this recipe is so funny. Every time she came across it while working on her book “Out There,” about outdoor cooking, she would smile and think, “What are you doing here? You’re far too elegant for a camper cookbook.
Keeping children safe on social media: What parents should know to protect their kids

Keeping children safe on social media: What parents should know to protect their kids

At what age should kids be on social media? Should they be on it at all? If they aren't, will they be social pariahs? Should parents monitor their conversations? Do parental controls work? Navigating social media as a parent — not to mention a child
Mourners can now speak to an AI version of the dead. But will that help with grief?

Mourners can now speak to an AI version of the dead. But will that help with grief?

BERLIN (AP) — When Michael Bommer found out that he was terminally ill with colon cancer, he spent a lot of time with his wife, Anett, talking about what would happen after his death.
Tapestry retirement communities offer picturesque surroundings

Tapestry retirement communities offer picturesque surroundings

Enjoy serene yet vibrant neighbourhoods
Claire Nielsen: Our psyche and media violence

Claire Nielsen: Our psyche and media violence

Columnist Claire Nielsen shares her views on the increasing violence in media.
Cancer patients often do better with less intensive treatment, new research finds

Cancer patients often do better with less intensive treatment, new research finds

Scaling back treatment for three kinds of cancer can make life easier for patients without compromising outcomes, doctors reported at the world’s largest cancer conference.