Monthly Archives: February 2016

  • dental care for seniors, ada, american dental association, dental care at home, dentures, seniors dental health, seniors oral hygiene, dental practitioner, sental services for seniors

    This short informational video from the American Dental Association (ADA) touches on the topic of regular dental visits for seniors, dental care at home and the dentist office, (whether you have all your own teeth, or wear dentures). Thanks to education programs than began many years ago, and enhanced dental techniques and practices, people today […]

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  • gavin macleod 1970, american actor, 1970s sitcoms, 1970s tv shows, 1970s television series, the mary tyler moore show, newsman murray slaughter

    The Love Boat Captain, former mayor, author, Christian activist and actor Gavin MacLeod was born Allan George See on February 28, 1931 in Mount Kisco, New York.  (Gavin MacLeod 1970 The Mary Tyler Moore Show Photo: CBS Television | Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain) Now an octogenarian senior citizen, Gavin MacLeod grew up during the […]

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  • jeanne robertson, senior citizen, humorist, baby boomer, fitness for seniors, seventies, 50+ years, public speaker, senior motor coach, senior bus travelers, senior travelers, senior camping, senior campers, retirement years

    Some early Father’s Day/Golfing humor from humorist and senior citizen Jeanne Robertson shares her funny golfing story. Enjoying or thinking of golfing in your senior/retirement years?  Baby boomer Jeanne Robertson was born September 21, 1943. She grew up to be 6’2″ at age 13, became Miss North Carolina in 1963, and was named Miss Congeniality […]

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  • angel, senior citizen, baby boomer, steven tyler, aerosmith, desmond child, annie lennox, david a stewart, eurythmics, shaggy, jack johnson, sleep through the static, hawaii, reggae, zoomer, generation x

    Who sings Angel – and which version of the song – is best – now senior citizen Steven Tyler/Aerosmith, Annie Lennox/Eurythmics, or one of the other 2 versions and artists here? Some song titles have such universal themes that more than one creative genius and musical genre, is needed to fully express them.  Angel (1987) […]

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  • premature aging, premature skin aging, aging effects of smoking, aging effects of drinking alcohol, aging effects of drug abuse, methamphetamines aging effects

    According to EMax Health, cigarette smoking, drinking and recreational drug use introduce toxic substances that increase the number of free radicals in our cells, which in turn can accelerate the aging process of our skin. Aging Effects of Smoking Smoking the nicotine in cigarettes narrows blood vessels to the skin, preventing nutrients and oxygen from […]

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  • corbin bernsen, michael tucker, arnie, stuart, la law, 1988, 1980s tv shows

    Q1. In season 1 of L.A. Law, how did partner Michael Kuzak (Harry Hamlin) get Grace Van Owen (Susan Dey) to stop her wedding to fiance Kevin Crenshaw?  Q2. Who does Roxanne Melman (Susan Ruttan) harbour an unrequited love for at the law firm of McKenzie, Brackman, Chaney and Kuzak?  Corbin Bernson as Arnie Becker […]

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  • february 1946, baby boomers, seniors, senior citizen, baby boomer trivia, world war ii, wwii, septuagenarian, charles luciano, lucky luciano, organized crime, united states, deported, operation deadlight, german u-boats, submarines, juan peron, argentina president, evita, eva peron

    Baby Boomer Trivia From February 1946: Lucky Luciano Deported, Operation Deadlight, Juan Peron as President Sicilian native Charles “Lucky” Luciano – boss of the Genovese family and remembered by baby boomers as the father of organized crime in the United States – was convicted of compulsory prostitution (pandering) in 1936 and sentenced to 30-50 years […]

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  • seniors services, seniors housing, nursing homes, assisted living facilities for seniors, ccac, community care access centres, long-term care, respite care, seniors nursing care, canada, ontario, hamilton, markham, london, niagara

    Wondering what to look for in a long term care home (LTC), for yourself or a family member or friend?  While there are certain to be common features amongst all nursing homes/long term care homes, each LTC has their own unique ambiance and amenities. Checking out their website and review online is a good first […]

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  • swing low, sweet chariot, black history month, ella eyre, england rugby team,negro spirituals, african american, slaves, wallis wallis, american civil war, choctaw freedman, underground railroad, ripley, gospel music, funeral services, memorial services

    February is Black History Month Ella Eyre sings a dynamic version of the classic spiritual Swing Low, Sweet Chariot – the anthem for England’s Rugby team.  The origins and exact meaning of the lyrics to Swing Low, Sweet Chariot, cannot be verified today, but African American slave Wallis Wallis (approx 1820-1880) is sometimes credited as […]

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  • sandy duncan, sandra kay duncan, septuagenarian, senior citizen, baby boomer, the king and i, lon morris junior college, texas, bruce scott zaharaides, married, divorced, the million dollar duck, brain tumour, optic nerve tumour, blind, dr thomas calcaterra, emmy award, tony award, don correia, singer, dancer, actress, peter pan, jeffrey correia, michael correia, my little pony, the hogan family, jason bateman, josh taylor, chicago, the king and i, new senior, celebrating seniors,

    New septuagenarian senior citizen, Tony and Emmy Award-nominated dance, actress, singer, comedian and baby boomer Sandy (Sandra Kay) Duncan was born on February 20, 1946 in Henderson, Texas. (Photo Right: cyfairalumni.com) Sandy Duncan has said that after taking ballet lessons in Dallas, she made her professional stage debut there as a child actor at age […]

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