Month: May 2016

More than Just Murder: Mystery Novels with a Social Conscience

This morning on our walk Hubby and I discussed climate change, the controversy over a new “doctor assisted dying” bill being debated here in Canada, the health of honey bees worldwide, and the potential banning of neonicotinoid pesticides. Phew. Heady conversation for so early in the morning, especially while negotiating the stepping stones over the …

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Getting Out More: The Secret to Healthy Aging for You and Your Wardrobe

I have a friend who is currently participating in a longitudinal study on aging. Conducted by McMaster University, the study looks at various factors in our lives which affect how well we cope with aging. She’s mentioned the study to me a few times, and how it seems, among other things, to focus on the positive …

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