Living with pets can bring healthful benefits for older adults. But are those perceived benefits overblown, and will technology replace the loyal dog or cat?
The book deals with “love, loss, and learning.” Its protagonist is author Debra Schildhouse, but the real hero is the healing magic of human touch.
Anyone who interested in birding, hiking, the Grand Canyon, financial strategies, book discussions, the national debt, nutrition for seniors, science in the 20th century, a healthy brain or many other subjects can join New Frontiers for Lifelong Learning.
Grammy-nominated True Concord Voices & Orchestra (formerly Tucson Chamber Artists) will join with Cantus’ nine-member vocal ensemble for a concert of a cappella magic Friday, Jan. 22, through Sunday, Jan. 24, as part of the Tucson Desert Song Festival.
The long-accepted practice of sending older adults off to an institution once their abilities begin to decline is gradually being replaced by a kinder, more holistic approach to growing old known as “aging in place.”
A series of three photo workshops on improving nature, landscape and travel photography will be open to interested photo enthusiasts who want to elevate their pictures from boring to beautiful by learning simple tips and techniques that can be used with almost any camera.
With her 65th birthday just weeks away, Joan Green admitted she’s still having a little trouble embracing the whole retirement thing.
Like many people, Deana Martin took up the profession of her extended family, following in the footsteps of her dad, her Uncle Frank, and her Uncle Sammy.
Did you know the average person consumes an estimated at 150 pounds of sugar per year?
You could call it “Real Models of the Valley.”